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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE QUICK FACTS/CONTENTS 2015 Norfolk State University Football Quick Facts University Information Location.................................................................................................Norfolk, Va. Founded..............................................................................................................1935 Enrollment.........................................................................................................6,027 Mascot....................................................................................................... Spartans School Colors................................................................................... Green & Gold Affiliation............................................................................... NCAA Division I FCS Conference......................................Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Stadium..................................................................William “Dick” Price Stadium Capacity...........................................................................................................30,000 Surface..............................................................................................Natural Grass Interim President/CEO ........................................................... Eddie N. Moore Jr. Athletics Director........................................................................... Marty L. Miller Athletics Phone................................................................................(757) 823-8152 Athletics Fax.................................................................................... (757) 823-2566 Ticket Office......................................................................................(757) 823-9009 Sports Information Asst. AD/Communications ........................................................... Matt Michalec Office Phone ....................................................................................(757) 823-2628 Fax .....................................................................................................(757) 823-8218 Email ..................................................................................... mmichalec@nsu.edu Cell Phone ........................................................................................(757) 633-6022 Press Box Phone .............................................................................(757) 823-2628 Mailing Address ............................................NSU Office of Sports Information 700 Park Ave., Norfolk, VA 23504 Web site ........................................................................... www.nsuspartans.com Coaching Staff Head Coach ........................................................................................Latrell Scott Alma Mater ........................................................................................ Hampton ‘99 Record at NSU (Years) ......................................................................First season Overall Record (Years) ...............................................................25-9 (3 seasons) Administrative Assistant .............................................................. Shirley Brooks Office Phone ....................................................................................(757) 823-8824 Office Fax .........................................................................................(757) 823-2503

Media Information................................................................................ 2 President................................................................................................ 3 Director of Athletics............................................................................. 4 William “Dick” Price Stadium............................................................. 5 Coaching Staff Head Coach Latrell Scott..................................................................... 6 Assistant Coaches................................................................................ 7 2015 Spartans Rosters.................................................................................................. 12 Post-Spring Two-Deep Chart............................................................ 15 Returning Player Profiles................................................................... 16 Newcomer Profiles............................................................................. 37 2014 Results/Statistics....................................................................... 40 MEAC Preseason Predictions.......................................................... 44 2014 MEAC Standings/All-MEAC Teams......................................... 45 NSU Football Records Team/Individual Records................................................................... 46 Career/Single-Season Leaders........................................................ 48 Season-By-Season Leaders............................................................. 49 NSU in the NFL Draft/Retired Numbers.......................................... 52 Spartans in the Pros........................................................................... 53 All-Americans...................................................................................... 54 All-Conference.................................................................................... 55 Season-by-Season Results............................................................... 56 Coaches Records................................................................................ 62 NSU vs. Opponents............................................................................. 64

Assistant Coaches Jerry Holmes (West Virginia ‘79/1st season)............. Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers Kevin Grisby (Bethune-Cookman ‘90/1st season) Assistant Head Coach/ Cornerbacks Christian Parker (Richmond ‘13/1st season)........................... Safeties Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator Keith Braxton (VMI ‘98/1st season)................................Defensive Line Coach Aaron Corp (Richmond ‘12/1st season)............................Quarterbacks Coach Anthony Parker (Tennessee ’08/1st season)..................Offensive Line Coach Kefense Hynson (Willamette ‘03/1st season)..............Wide Receivers Coach Montario Hardesty (Tennessee’09/1st season)........... Running Backs Coach Reggie Barnette (Richmond ‘14/1st season).. Defensive Graduate Assistant Dion Futch (Virginia State ‘15/1st season)....... Offensive Graduate Assistant Shawn Hunt (Virginia State ‘14/1st season)............ Quality Control Assistant Team Information 2014 Overall Record............................................................................................ 4-8 2014 MEAC Record/Finish.......................................................................... 4-4/6th Starters Returning/Lost ................................................................................. 14/12 (Offense: 9/4; Defense: 5/6; Special Teams: 1/1) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................................... 52/34 (Offense: 23/34; Defense: 28/16; Special Teams: 1/4) Basic Offense.............................................................................................Multiple Basic Defense..................................................................................................... 3-4

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The 2015 NSU Football Fact Book was written, edited and produced by the NSU Sports Information Office, director Matt Michalec and assistant Mike Bello. Photography was provided by Mark’s Digital Photography, Keith Cephus Photography, Jim Hogue, Steve Budman Photography, Jerry S. Altares, the Detroit Lions, Duncan Williams and the NSU Office of Communications and Marketing. Cover design was provided by Grant Hawkins Design.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football MEDIA INFORMATION The following guidelines have been established to aid in the media’s coverage of Norfolk State University football. For further information, contact the NSU Sports Information Office. Thanks for your interest in Spartan athletics! Credentials Credentials are issued to working members of the media only. Because of limited space in the press box, requests by press members on assignment will be honored on a space-available basis. All requests should be made to the sports information director on or before the Wednesday prior to each home game. Requests will be screened to ensure good working conditions along press row. Present a valid I.D. at Will Call and admission will be granted upon acceptance the day of the game. Photographers and videographers should follow the same guidelines. Media Parking Parking is available upon request on a first-come, first-served basis. Lot 11 adjacent to Joseph G. Echols Memorial Hall is the standard media parking lot for Dick Price Stadium, but that is subject to change due to space concerns. Contact the sports information office for more details. The Press Box The Dick Price Stadium press box is located on the third floor of the south side of the stadium on the home side of the field. Gate 8 affords the most convenient access to the press box and media parking. Proper credentials must be presented in order to gain entry to the press box. The press box is reserved for media on assignment, statistical crews, game operations personnel and television and radio broadcast crews. Food and beverages will be provided. Please remember that the press box is a working press room, and our guidelines are set in accordance with the working press code of the Football Writers Association of America. Media Services Working members of the press will be provided with media guides, game programs, rosters and notes. Statistics will be available at the end of each quarter and following the game. Internal public address will be provided to update information, notes and elements of the play-by-play action throughout the game. Press box telephone lines, Ethernet internet cables, wireless internet and electrical outlets are available when not in use. Copying services are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Post-Game Interviews Sports information staff will ask media representatives for player and coach interview requests with approximately five minutes remaining in the game. After coach Scott addresses the team following a cooling-off period at the conclusion of the game, players and coaches will be

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made available to the media at a location to be determined by the sports information staff. Other Interviews Coach Scott and other MEAC football coaches are available on Tuesday mornings during the conference’s weekly teleconference. Contact the MEAC media relations office for more details. Additional interviews with coach Scott, assistant coaches and players can be scheduled during the week by contacting the sports information office. Media wishing to schedule interviews with players are asked to contact the sports information office at least 24 hours prior to the preferred interview time. Media members are generally permitted to attend practice, but any interview arrangement surrounding practice time should be arranged through the sports information office. Once practice begins, coaches and players are not available until the completion of practice. Web Site Visit Norfolk State’s official athletics web site, www.nsuspartans.com, for rosters, schedules, statistics, game previews and game recaps for Spartan football. The web site also contains links to audio and video coverage of NSU athletics, and archived information from previous seasons. Coach’s Show Inside Spartan Sports, a weekly news and information radio program dedicated to NSU athletics, will air on Saturday mornings from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. during the season on WGH Star 1310 AM. Coach Scott and members of the Spartan football team will discuss the latest happenings in the 2015 campaign. Visit www.nsuspartans.com for more information.

Matt Michalec Assistant AD for Communications (Primary Football Contact) Email: mmichalec@nsu.edu Office Phone: (757) 823-2628 Office Fax: (757) 823-8218 Cell Phone: (757) 633-6022 Mike Bello Assistant SID (Secondary Football Contact) Email: mjbello@nsu.edu

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SPARTAN’S UNIVERSITY DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE ADMINISTRATION President Moore began his career in the private sector at Gulf Oil Corporation in 1971. During his 14-year tenure with Gulf Oil, he rose through the ranks and eventually began directing major components of the corporation’s accounting and budgeting functions. He entered the public sector in 1985 as the Assistant Comptroller for Accounting and Reporting for the Commonwealth of Virginia. In 1988, he was selected to serve as the University Comptroller for the College of William and Mary and Treasurer of its Endowment Association. In 1990, Mr. Moore became the head of the Department of the Treasury under Governor Lawrence Douglas Wilder. As the State Treasurer, he served on over 15 different state boards and authorities with oversight authority for over $20 billion of the Commonwealth’s assets. Eddie N. Moore Jr. Interim President/CEO Eddie N. Moore, Jr. was appointed interim president and chief executive officer on September 13, 2013 by the Norfolk State University Board of Visitors. He assumed his position on September 23 and brings a wealth of administrative, fiscal, and academic management experience gained in the public and private sectors. Prior to his appointment as interim president of Norfolk State University, he served as the president of St. Paul’s College in Lawrenceville, Virginia (2011-2012) and at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia (1993-2010).

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Moore is committed to enhancing the quality of education and the availability of opportunities for college students. He has served on the boards of numerous educational organizations, including the Virginia Board of Agriculture and the Education Subcommittee of Richmond Renaissance, Board and Finance Committee Chair for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, and the 1890 Council of Presidents and Chancellors. He currently serves on the boards of the Owens and Minor Corporation and Universal Corporation, Inc. His past service includes board memberships on the Virginia National Defense Industrial Authority, NCAA Division II President’s Council, NCAA Executive Committee, and Virginia’s A. L. Philpott Manufacturing Extension Partnership.

A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, President Moore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Pennsylvania State University and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a certified public accountant in Texas and the Commonwealth of Virginia (currently inactive). A Vietnam War Veteran, Moore served as an officer and received several honors. He was also the recipient of the U.S. Army Outstanding Civilian Award, General William E. Depuy Award, and General Brehon Burke Somervell Award in 2010. He has earned numerous recognitions and awards, including the 1995 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Award in the area of education, Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Pennsylvania State University in 1999, Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund Leadership Award in 2000, and the Katz School of Business Alumni Award from the University of Pittsburgh in 2001. In 2009, President Moore received the Dominion Virginia Power Strong Men and Women in Leadership Award, Thurgood Marshall College Fund Award in Excellence, and the Excellence in Virginia Government Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2010, the Virginia General Assembly issued a joint resolution from the House of Delegates and Senate commending President Moore on his many achievements and years of dedicated and faithful service to the people of the Commonwealth. Eddie Moore is married to Elisia Almendarez Moore, and has five children and three grandchildren.

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SPARTAN’S UNIVERSITY DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE ADMINISTRATION

Marty Miller Director of Athletics Marty Miller has been called many things during his tenure at Norfolk State University. Some have called him a rock. Others have referred to him as one of Norfolk State’s greatest ambassadors. Regardless of the label, what’s clear is that Miller has served his alma mater in various capacities for more than 40 years, providing NSU with stability in times of need. His professional career at Norfolk State has included stints in the areas of financial aid, career services, student affairs and athletics. After winning more than 700 games as the school’s baseball coach, Miller was named NSU’s acting athletics director on December 16, 2004. He was appointed to the permanent athletics director post on March 18, 2005. Early in Miller’s tenure, he was confronted with many challenges, the biggest one being the hiring of a football coach. Miller and his search committee worked during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays to find a football coach. The hard work paid off when the decision was made to hire Pete Adrian from Bethune-Cookman University. With the approval of then-President Dr. Marie V. McDemmond, Adrian became the first white head coach in any major sport at NSU and the second-ever in MEAC football history. The NSU athletics department has also made a number of major facilities improvements. With help from alumni, fans, friends and the Department of Facilities Management, the athletics department was able to raise funds to renovate and purchase new equipment for the weight room. In 2007, the

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school completed a major renovation of the NSU Softball Field, which included the installation of new team dugouts and a press box. A new state-of-the-art track surface was completed in the summer of 2010. Seat renovations to Joseph Echols Hall were completed prior to the 2013-14 athletics season. A new floor and platform lift were installed in Echols Hall and a new ventilation system and new carpeting were added to the football locker room in Gill Gymnasium during the summer of 2014. Other renovations in-progress include a complete overhaul of the playing surface, seating and fencing for the NSU Tennis Complex. The crown jewel of the facility upgrades made in Miller’s first seven years as athletics director is the purchase of two new Daktronics LED video display boards at William “Dick” Price Stadium. The project was completed during the summer of 2012. Another highlight of his tenure as athletics director includes NSU capturing nine consecutive Talmadge Layman Hill awards from (2005-13), given annually to the top men’s sports program in the conference. NSU received a total of $205,000 for winning the awards. Miller was also presented in March 2006 with the Tom Fergusson Memorial Award, given annually to the area’s top sportsman by the Norfolk Sports Club. Miller also presided over one of the more historic years in NSU lore in 2011-12. An NSU-record six Spartan teams won MEAC titles, which included the first-ever championships for the football, men’s basketball and women’s bowling teams during their Division I tenure. The men’s basketball team made its mark in NCAA Tournament history by scoring an upset of No. 2 seed Missouri in the second round of the NCAA West Region in March of 2012. Miller is no stranger to winning. His career record as baseball coach was 718-543-3. Miller first started making a name for himself as a player at NSU from 1965-68. He hit .380 as a sophomore; .438 with eight doubles, two triples, three homers and 27 RBI as a junior; and .406 as a senior, when he became the first Spartan player to be named an NCAA College Division All-American. Miller was an All-CIAA baseball selection in 1967 and 1968, and led the nation in doubles in 1968. Miller graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics in 1969. An ROTC member in college, Miller was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army after he graduated. While on active duty, Miller was signed by the Minnesota Twins. Miller

returned to his alma mater in 1972 as an assistant to baseball coach Bob Andrews. The next season, Miller inherited the head-coaching job, which he held until early in 2005. Miller is the winningest baseball coach in CIAA history, having led the Spartans to a 584-374-3 record in their years in the league. Miller’s ledger in the CIAA includes 17 conference championships, including seven in a row from 1987-93; 12 post-season appearances; 15 CIAA Coach of the Year awards; six All-Americans and 22 players signed to pro contracts. He also won the 1980 NAIA District 19 Coach of the Year award after his team won the District 19 title. Between 1993-97, Miller won five consecutive Louisville Slugger Awards, given to championship coaches. He was one of a select few baseball coaches to receive the award for five consecutive years. In 1997, NSU honored Miller by building the Marty L. Miller Baseball Field. One year later, Miller led NSU to the MEAC Tournament championship round in the Spartans’ first year in the league. He was named the MEAC Coach of the Year in 2000, and NSU reached the championship round again in 2001. The year 2003 was also a special one for Miller. In February, Miller was inducted into the CIAA’s John B. McLendon Hall of Fame. In May, Miller earned his 700th career win with the Spartans when sixth-seeded NSU upset No. 2 Delaware State in the MEAC tournament. In August, Miller the player was honored as one of eight inductees into the Norfolk State University Athletics Foundation Sports Hall of Fame. Miller was also inducted into the Hampton Roads African American Sports Hall of Fame in 2010. He was also chosen to serve in March 2011 on the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame Committee and is a past member of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Honors Court. Miller was inducted into the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame in 2012 and the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 2014. Considered one of the highlights of his career, Miller was honored at the Virginia State Capitol on Jan. 16, 2014 and received resolutions from the Senate and House of Delegates for his induction into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and career accomplishments. Miller, a native of Danville, Va., is a current member and past president of the Norfolk Sports Club. He also serves on the executive committee for the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. He and his wife Liz have one son, Marty Eric, a former NSU outfielder; a daughter-inlaw, Zoe; and a granddaughter, Madison.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION WILLIAM “DICK” TEXT PRICEHERE STADIUM

Norfolk State University plays its home football contests in the spacious William “Dick” Price Stadium, named for former NSU athletics director and head football and track coach Dick Price. Built in 1997, Dick Price Stadium has a seating capacity of 30,000, and is recognized as one of the largest sports and entertainment venues in Hampton Roads. It is also one of the largest Division I Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA) on-campus football stadiums in terms of capacity. The stadium was constructed at a cost of $12.2 million. Located on the southeast end of campus, the stadium has a brick facade, a natural grass surface, an all-weather, eight-lane rubberized track, a two-story press box and concession areas located throughout the stadium’s ground level. In 2012, Daktronics, Inc., installed two new state-of-the-art LED video display boards, one on each end of the stadium. They measure 12 feet 6 inches by 31 feet on the west end, 17 feet by 47 feet on the east end, and are capable of showing large images, video, instant replays as well as graphics, animation, up-to-theminute statistics and sponsor advertisements. The track at Dick Price Stadium was renovated to include a new world-class surface during the summer of 2010. The first contest played in Dick Price Stadium drew a record 33,872 fans, as NSU hosted Virginia State in 1997 in the annual Labor Day Classic. For the fifth time in the stadium’s short history, Norfolk State ranked in the top 20 in Division FCS in attendance per game in 2007. NSU averaged a Price Stadium record 17,220 fans for its six home games, seventh in the nation and first among both MEAC and state FCS programs. NSU also drew two of the three-largest crowds in Dick Price Stadium history that season. The crowd

of 27,756 that saw NSU beat Hampton on Oct. 13 was the second-largest in stadium history, trailing only the sellout crowd of 34,000 that saw the inaugural game between NSU and Virginia State in 1997. In addition, the crowd of 26,970 that saw the Spartans top Virginia State on Sept. 1 this season was the third-largest attendance figure in stadium history. NSU has ranked in the top 20 in FCS attendance seven times altogether, including 19th in 2012, 16th in 2011, 20th in 2005, 15th in 2003, 19th in 2001 and 17th in 1998. In addition to Spartan home football games, the stadium has also hosted numerous other events and athletic competitions, including the AAU Junior Olympics track and field meets in 1998, 2001, 2006 and 2010.

TOP 10 LARGEST CROWDS DICK PRICE STADIUM HISTORY Attendance Opponent 1. 33,872 Virginia State 2. 27,756 Hampton 3. 26,970 Virginia State 4. 24,325 Virginia State 5. 24,322 Virginia State 6. 24,041 Virginia State 7. 21,151 Hampton 8. 21,119 Howard 9. 21,118 Florida A&M 10. 20,562 Virginia State

Date 8-30-97 10-13-07 9-1-07 9-5-09 9-1-12 9-5-98 10-15-05 10-27-01 10-23-10 9-1-01

Result L 7-36 W 20-19 W 33-7 W 28-10 W 24-0 L 22-30 L 14-55 W 7-0 (OT) L 13-17 W 13-0

ABOUT DICK PRICE Dick Price is the winningest football coach in NSU history. He compiled a 62-41-4 record over 10 seasons (1974-83), which included three of NSU’s four CIAA championships. His teams finished .500 or better in eight of his 10 years at the helm of the program. Fifty-three of his players went into the ranks of professional football. Price put his stamp on Norfolk State in more ways than one. He also coached the men’s track team to NCAA Division II national championships in 1973 and 1974, and was twice named the NCAA Division II Track Coach of the Year. He later served as the Spartans’ athletics director from 1989-99. He was inducted into the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame in 2011, the Hampton Roads African American Sports Hall of Fame in 1997, and the NSU Athletics Foundation Sports Hall of Fame in 2003. Price passed away at age 75 in February of 2009.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football HEAD COACH LATRELL SCOTT age, Scott was the youngest head coach at the Division I level at the time of his appointment. He led the Spiders to a 6-5 mark that season. His overall record as a head coach is 25-9. Scott has 15 years of coaching experience. In addition to his previous stints as a head coach, Scott has also served as an assistant coach at James Madison University (2012), the University of Virginia (2009), the University of Tennessee (2008), Richmond (2005-07), VMI (2002-04), Western Carolina (2001) and Fork Union Military Academy (1999-2000).

Latrell Scott was named the 17th head football coach in Norfolk State history on Dec. 16, 2014. Scott comes to NSU following an outstanding two-year run as head coach at Virginia State University. Scott directed the Trojans to a 19-4 record and two Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Northern Division regular-season titles in his two seasons in Petersburg. The Trojans never lost to a CIAA team under Scott’s direction, going a combined 15-0. Highlighting Scott’s two-year stint at VSU was an historic 2014 campaign. The Trojans went 10-3 overall and won their first outright CIAA championship since 1996 by defeating Winston-Salem State in the conference championship game. VSU recorded its first-ever NCAA football playoff appearance and victory by defeating Long Island University Post in the first round of the Division II Championship in Petersburg. The Trojans, seeded third in the sixteam NCAA Division II Super Region One, fell to No. 2 seed Bloomsburg in the second round, snapping a 10-game winning streak. For his efforts, Scott was named the 2014 CIAA Coach of the Year.

At Virginia in 2009, Scott coached the wide receivers. One of his pupils, Kris Burd, signed as a free agent with the New York Jets. The year before, Scott was receivers coach at Tennessee, where he mentored another future NFL player in Denarius Moore, who was a fifthround draft choice of the Oakland Raiders.

downs (63) and total offense (5,675). Scott helped develop two more pro receivers at UR in Kevin Grayson and Arman Shields. Grayson was a three-time All-CAA performer who played professionally in Europe, while Shields earned an invitation to the NFL Scouting Combine and was picked by Oakland in the fourth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Scott arrived in Richmond after spending three seasons as wide receivers coach at VMI. During his tenure in Lexington, the Keydets led the Big South Conference in passing in 2003. His star pupil, Zohn Burden, went on to become the leading receiver in the history of the Big South. Scott’s first coaching assignment was at Fork Union Military Academy, where he spent two seasons before being named receivers coach at Western Carolina in 2001.

His stints at FBS programs U.Va. and Tennessee came on the heels of a stellar three-year run as an assistant at Richmond from 2005-07. Scott held the title of receivers coach and recruiting coordinator all three years and was also assistant head coach for the 2007 campaign. Richmond went 26-12, made two NCAA Division I FCS playoff appearances and beat an FBS team (Duke) in Scott’s three years as an assistant. The Spiders broke several school records in 2007, which ended with what was then a school record of 11 wins and a berth in the FCS national semifinals.

A three-year starter at tight end during his playing days at Hampton University, Scott played on one CIAA championship team and two MEAC championship and NCAA FCS playoff teams for the Pirates. He also competed in the Gridiron All-Star Classic in Orlando, Fla., following his senior season.

Of the 10 UR records eclipsed in 2007, Scott’s wide receivers helped the Spiders set new standards for scoring average (34.9), touch-

Scott, 40, is married to the former Brandi Bradby of New Kent, Va. The couple has one son, Chase Latrell (1).

A native of Richmond, Scott graduated from Hampton with a bachelor’s degree in sports management in 1999. He attended Lee-Davis High School in Mechanicsville and Fork Union during his prep years.

In 2013, Scott was voted the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) College Division State Co-Coach of the Year and the Touchdown Club of Richmond’s state Division II/III Coach of the Year after guiding VSU to a 9-1 overall record and unblemished 7-0 mark in CIAA competition. The VSU football program also attained a top-25 ranking in the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) weekly poll in 2013, another program first. NSU is the third head coaching position in Scott’s career. In addition to leading VSU the last two years, Scott was head coach at the University of Richmond in 2010. At 34 years of

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Jerry Holmes

Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach Jerry Holmes, a coaching veteran with experience in Divisions I and II and the NFL, is in his first season as the defensive coordinator at Norfolk State University. He also coaches the linebackers. Holmes comes with head coach Latrell Scott to NSU from Virginia State, where the Trojans captured the 2014 CIAA championship and won the first-ever NCAA Division II playoff game in school history. Holmes has distinguished himself as a defensive coach at the FBS and FCS levels as well as the professional ranks. Most recently, Holmes coached a 2014 Virginia State defense that played an integral role in the Trojans’ 10-3 record, CIAA championship and first-ever ap-

pearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs. His defense ranked in the national Division II top 20 in turnovers gained (11th, 31), interceptions (12th, 18), passing defense (17th, 174.2 ypg) and total defense (20th, 314.7 ypg).

then 15th nationally in total defense and sixth in scoring defense in 2006.

Holmes is no stranger to the MEAC. He had two successful stints as defensive coordinator at Hampton University and was also the Pirates’ head coach in 2008.

Holmes has helped numerous players reach the ranks of professional football. At Hampton, he helped tutor future NFL players Justin Durant (LB), Kendall Langford (DL), Kenrick Ellis (DL), Marcus Dixon (DL) and Cordell Taylor (CB). At West Virginia, he worked with future NFL defensive backs Aaron Beasley and Mike Logan.

Holmes began his coaching career as the linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator at Hampton from 1992 to 1994. During those three seasons with the Pirates, Hampton posted a record of 31-4-1, making two trips to the NCAA playoffs and capturing the 1994 Black College National Championship. After leaving Hampton, Holmes spent the next four seasons (1995-98) as the defensive backs coach at his alma mater, West Virginia University. In 1996, the Mountaineers featured the nation’s top-ranked defense that included a No. 5 national ranking against the pass. Following his tenure in Morgantown, W.Va., Holmes spent five seasons as a defensive backs coach in the NFL, first for Cleveland (1999-2000), then Washington (2001) and finally San Diego (2002-03). Holmes returned to Hampton as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach from 200407. HU went 37-10 in that span, winning three straight MEAC titles and making three NCAA Division I FCS playoff appearances from 200406. The Pirates’ defenses were a big reason for that success, ranking sixth in the nation in total defense and second in scoring defense in 2005, Norfolk State University. Braxton joins fellow Spartan coaches Jerry Holmes, Aaron Corp, Christian Parker and Kevin Grisby in coming to NSU from Latrell Scott’s championship-winning staff at Virginia State University. Braxton coached the defensive line in 2013 and 2014 at VSU. His line was a big reason for the Trojans’ success the last two years, helping VSU to a pair of top-20 national rankings in total defense and two CIAA Northern Division regular-season championships. The 2013 Trojan defense finished 12th nationally and featured the Richmond Touchdown Club’s Co-Defensive Linemen of the Year for Division II in Ronald Lewis and Bryant Frazier.

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As head coach, Holmes led HU to a 6-5 record in 2008.

As a player, Holmes’ professional playing career as a cornerback spanned 12 seasons and included stops with the NFL’s New York Jets (1980-83, 86-87), Detroit Lions (1988-89) and Green Bay Packers (1990-91) as well as the USFL’s Pittsburgh Maulers (1984) and New Jersey Generals (1985). Holmes recorded 25 career interceptions in the NFL, two of which he returned for touchdowns. As a player, Holmes began his collegiate career at Chowan Junior College, where he earned an associate’s degree in business administration before transferring to West Virginia. He was a two-year letterman with the Mountaineers, serving as team captain as a senior and earning the Ira A. Rodgers Award as the team’s most valuable player. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from WVU in 1979. Holmes is a native of Newport News, Va.

Prior to his time at VSU, Braxton was defensive line coach from 2006-12 at Edinboro University (Pa.). In seven seasons at Edinboro, he coached six All-PSAC West performers and helped Edinboro reach the Division II playoffs in 2009. Braxton also coached the defensive linemen for five seasons at his alma mater, VMI (2001-05). A native of Beaverdam, Va., Braxton was a three-year letterwinner and was team captain as a senior defensive lineman for the Keydets. Braxton finished his career with 195 tackles in 35 games played. He earned his bachelor’s degree in history from VMI in 1998 and his master’s in history from Norwich University in 2010.

The 2014 Trojan defense ranked 11th nationally in turnovers gained (31) and 20th in total defense (314.7 ypg) as VSU finished 10-3 overall, won the CIAA championship and won a firstround game in the NCAA Division II playoffs.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE ASSISTANT TEXT COACHES among Division II football teams. Prior to his one year at VSU, Grisby coached at the Trojans’ CIAA rival, Virginia Union University, as assistant head coach, defensive coordinator and secondary coach from 201113. Grisby’s second stint at VUU was a highly successful one. His defense ranked first in the CIAA in pass defense and second in total defense in 2012, and fourth in total defense in 2013. The 2013 VUU defense included CIAA Defensive Rookie of the Year Willie Bailey.

Kevin Grisby

Assistant Head Coach/Cornerbacks Coach Kevin Grisby is embarking on his 20th season as a college coach as he enters his first year as assistant head coach and cornerbacks coach at Norfolk State. Grisby spent the 2014 season as safeties coach at Virginia State alongside head coach Latrell Scott and four other NSU assistant coaches. One of Grisby’s pupils, Devonte Piggott, earned second-team All-CIAA honors during VSU’s CIAA championship run this past season. The VSU secondary coached led the CIAA with 18 interceptions, which ranked 12th in the nation

Grisby also had a lengthy tenure at St. Paul’s College from 2004-11, serving as the school’s associate head coach for his first five seasons before ascending to head coach for the 2010 season. Grisby coached a St. Paul’s defense which ranked in the NCAA Division II top 10 in total defense and pass defense in consecutive seasons (2008-09). While at SPC, Grisby helped develop Greg Toler, a starting defensive back this past season for the Indianapolis Colts and one of many players Grisby has helped reach the ranks of professional football. Grisby coached at SPC until the school disbanded its football program in the summer of 2011. Grisby’s first stint at VUU came from 1996-2004, where he served as defensive coordinator, secondary coach and pro liaison. The Panthers State. Parker comes to NSU after a successful two-year stint helping mentor defensive backs at Virginia State University on Latrell Scott’s staff. Parker was cornerbacks coach at VSU in 2014 after serving as a defensive graduate assistant in 2013.

Christian Parker

Safeties Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Christian Parker is in his first year as safeties coach and recruiting coordinator at Norfolk

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ranked in the NCAA Division II top 20 in total defense each from year from 1999-2003. The 2000 unit led the CIAA in all major defensive statistical categories except scoring defense, where it ranked No. 2. Grisby got his start in coaching at his alma mater, Bethune-Cookman University, as a graduate assistant coach from 1992-94. A native of Miami, Fla. and a noted recruiter, Grisby played collegiately as a defensive back for the Wildcats, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in 1990. Grisby had professional stints with the Philadelphia Eagles (1990), the San Antonio Riders (1991) of the World League of American Football, the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League (1992-93) and the Las Vegas Posse of the Canadian Football League (1994). Grisby is a member of the American Football Coaches Association, where he has served on the Minorities Committee. He is also a member of the National Football League Players Association (retired). In 2011, he was selected to participate in the NCAA Expert Coaches Forum in Orlando, Fla. Grisby is married to the former Latreace Moore. The couple has three children, Kennedy (10), Kearra (7) and Kameron (5).

A native of Glen Allen, Va., Parker is a 2013 graduate of the University of Richmond with a degree in political science. He was a wide receiver and cornerback for the Spiders and was a member of CAA championship teams in 2009 and 2012. He also ran track for UR.

The VSU secondary played a key role in the Trojans’ defensive success the last two years, when the Trojans went 19-4 and 15-0 against CIAA competition. VSU’s defense ranked in the Division II top 20 in total defense in both 2013 (12th) and 2014 (20th). Also in 2014, the Trojans led the CIAA and ranked 12th in the nation with 18 interceptions, and ranked 17th nationally in pass defense (174.2 ypg allowed) en route to a 10-3 overall record, the CIAA title and a firstround win in the Division II playoffs. Parker coached an All-CIAA first-team performer in both of his years with the Trojans, mentoring Sean Smith in 2013 and Darion Thomas in 2014.

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Aaron Corp

Quarterbacks Coach Aaron Corp begins his first season as quarterbacks coach at Norfolk State. Corp comes to NSU after a successful 2014 season under head coach Latrell Scott at Virginia State. Last season, Corp helped VSU finish 10-3 overall en route to the CIAA championship. The Trojans also advanced to the Division II playoffs for the first-time ever, winning a firstround game before falling in the second round. Trojan quarterbacks Tarian Ayres and Niko Johnson combined to pass for 2,270 yards and 15 touchdowns against just five interceptions. The duo also rushed for eight scores. After an acclaimed high school career in Villa Park, Calif., that saw him earn numerous prep All-America accolades, Corp spent three seasons as a quarterback at the University of Southern California (2007-09) before transferring to the University of Richmond for his final two years (2010-11). At USC, he redshirted in 2007 before appearing in five games as a freshman in 2008. He played in three games and started once in 2009 before transferring. At UR, Corp started 16 times in his two seasons. He started five times as a junior before sustaining a season-ending injury. He passed for 645 yards and three touchdowns in a little more than four ballgames before he was injured. As a senior in 2011, Corp started every game and passed for 2,682 yards and 17 touchdowns while completing 63.7 percent of his passes. He set an NCAA FCS single-game record for completion percentage, completing 31-of-34 (91.2 percent) against Towson.

Anthony Parker

Offensive Line Coach Anthony Parker joins the Norfolk State football staff this year as offensive line coach. Parker spent the last two seasons as an offensive quality control assistant at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee. Prior to his time on staff at UT, Parker served as an offensive graduate assistant at Mississippi State (2011-12) and Morgan State (2009-10). Parker coached on a pair of bowl teams at Mississippi State and helped UT reach the TaxSlayer Bowl after this past season. Parker had a distinguished playing career for the Volunteers. He was a four-year letterman from 2005-08, playing in 44 career games with 39 starts on the offensive line, predominantly as a guard. He started his sophomore through senior seasons. Parker was a second-team Associated Press All-American as a junior in 2007. He also earned first-team All-SEC honors from both the league coaches and AP that year after helping the Volunteers reach the SEC Championship Game. Parker was also a second-team All-SEC selection as a senior in 2008. Parker a native of Jonesboro, Ga., earned his bachelor’s degree from in political science and sociology from Tennessee in 2008.

Montario Hardesty Running Backs Coach

Montario Hardesty is in his first season as an assistant coach at Norfolk State. He coaches the running backs. Hardesty comes to NSU from Chowan University in Murfreesboro, N.C., where he served as an intern in 2014 under the NFL Players Association internship program. Prior to Chowan, Hardesty had a successful career at the University of Tennessee that culminated in his selection by the Cleveland Browns in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft. Hardesty played at Tennessee from 2005-09. He rushed for 2,391 yards in his career, including 1,345 in All-SEC second-team campaign as a senior in 2009. Hardesty ranked fourth in the SEC and had the fourth-best season in terms of rushing yardage in school history that year, when he also scored 14 total touchdowns (13 rushing, one receiving). Hardesty was drafted by Cleveland in 2010 and spent four seasons with the team. Injuries sidelined him for the 2010 and ’13 seasons. He played in 23 games with the Browns in 2011 and 2012, compiling 537 rushing yards, 138 receiving yards and one touchdown. A native of New Bern, N.C., Hardesty earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management from Tennessee in 2009.

A 2012 NFL Scouting Combine invitee, Corp had brief pro stints with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins before beginning his coaching career. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from Richmond in 2012.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE ASSISTANT TEXT COACHES Hynson comes to NSU after spending three seasons at the University of Montana, including the last two years as co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. In his first season with the Grizzlies, he coached the tight ends and special teams. In 2014, Hynson helped Montana finish 9-5 and reach the second round of the FCS playoffs. The Grizzlies finished the season ranked 11th (FCS Coaches) and 13th (Sports Network) in the two major Division I FCS polls. UM averaged 29.6 points and 226.6 passing yards per game behind quarterback Jordan Johnson, who earned honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference honors.

Kefense Hynson

Wide Receivers Coach Kefense Hynson is in his first season as the Spartans’ wide receivers coach. Hynson has collegiate experience coaching receivers, quarterbacks, running backs, tight ends and defensive backs. He has worked at the Division I FBS and FCS and Division II levels in addition to several internships in the NFL.

Reggie Barnette

The previous year, Johnson passed for 32 touchdowns and 3,387 yards, both of which ranked among the top five single-season totals in school history. Before joining the Montana staff, Hynson coached the wide receivers at Yale from 200911. That followed a three-year stint at Division II Western Washington (2006-08), where he served as offensive coordinator for the final two seasons. Hynson’s offense in his final season at Western Washington averaged 404

Dion Futch

total yards, nearly 30 points a game and had 29 touchdown passes. Hynson was running backs coach at Minnesota State in 2005 and director of football operations at Boise State in 2004 when the Broncos went 11-1, won the WAC title and were ranked in both major polls. He has also had assistant coaching jobs at Quincy (defensive backs coach, 2004) and Willamette (assistant receivers coach, 2003) and completed NFL minority coaching fellowships with Seattle (2008), Oakland (2009), Kansas City (2010), Houston (2013) and Detroit (2014). Hynson was selected to participate in the 2009 NCAA Football Coaches Academy and the 2011 NCAA Expert Forum. Hynson was an honorable mention All-America defensive back at Willamette College in Oregon. He was a three-time Northwest Conference all-star and served as team captain before graduating with his bachelor’s degree in history in 2003. An Oakland, Calif. native, Hynson and his wife, Shanina, have three children: Jade, Myles and Layla.

Shawn Hunt

Defensive Graduate Assistant

Offensive Graduate Assistant

Quality Control Assistant

Barnette, a first-year graduate assistant at NSU, will work with the Spartan linebackers. A native of Salem, Va., Barnette was a four-year letterwinner as a defensive back at Richmond. He was a second-team All-CAA selection as a senior last year, when he started all 13 games and totaled 72 tackles, three tackles for loss and four pass breakups. He helped UR reach the second round of the FCS playoffs after defeating Morgan State of the MEAC in a firstround playoff game.

Futch is also in his first season as a graduate assistant. He will work with NSU’s tight ends. Futch, a native of Hampton, Va., lettered four years as a receiver at Virginia State, the last two under head coach Latrell Scott. Futch was a second-team All-CIAA kick and punt returner in 2014, when he helped the Trojans win the CIAA title and advance to the second round of the Division II playoffs. Futch recorded 1,192 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns last year.

Hunt is in his first year as a quality control assistant at NSU. He spent three years at Virginia State (2011-13), serving as the Trojans starting placekicker in ‘12 and ‘13. Hunt made 10 field goals and 51 extra points in his time at VSU, helping the Trojans win the CIAA Northern Division regular-season title in 2013. Hunt then served as special teams coordinator at Thomas Dale High School in the Richmond area in 2014.

Barnette earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from UR in 2014.

Futch earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from VSU in 2015.

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Hunt, a Newport News native, earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from VSU in 2014.

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Wt.

Yr.

No.

Name

Pos. Yr.

2

Quinta Funderburk

WR 6-3

200

Grad. Chesapeake, Va./Syracuse

36

E. Agyemang-Kusi

DB R-Fr.

3

Gerard Johnson

RB

5-9

200

Jr.

Richmond, Va./Old Dominion

24

Jay Anderson

LB Jr.

4

Eric Pittman

RB

5-6

165

So.

Opa-locka, Fla./Miramar HS

31

Kyle Archie

LB So.

5

Malik Stokes

QB

6-0

195

R-Sr.

Philadelphia, Pa./Bowling Green

93

Thurman Austin

LB R-Sr.

6

D’Metrius Williams

DB

6-0

200

Sr.

Virginia Beach, Va./UMass

84

Chuma Awanna

WR Fr.

7

Greg Hankerson Jr.

QB

6-0

190

Jr.

Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Florida Atlantic

32

Larry Bishop III

RB R-So.

8

DeAndre Sangster

WR 6-2

180

R-Sr.

Woodbridge, Va./C.D. Hylton HS

29

Brad Bradley

DB R-Sr.

9

Omari-Ali Timmons

QB

6-1

190

R-Sr.

Baltimore, Md./Albright College (Pa.)

90

Walter Brantley IV

DL Fr.

DB

5-10

180

Jr.

Raleigh, N.C./Old Dominion

35

Onaje Bullen

DB Jr.

QB/LS 6-4

240

Sr.

Forestville, Calif./Santa Rosa JC

91

James Byers

LB R-Fr.

12 Marcus Taylor

WR 5-8

165

Fr.

Highland Springs, Va./Highland Springs HS

27

Aaron Chandler Jr.

DB R-Fr.

13 Cameron Marouf

K/P 5-9

160

Jr.

Woodbridge, Va./Forest Park HS

92

James Chapman

LB Fr.

15 Markice Street

WR 5-10

175

So.

Petersburg, Va./Petersburg HS

10

Sandy Chapman

DB Jr.

16 Donte’ Haynesworth

DB

5-11

180

Jr.

Mechanicsville, Va./Hanover HS

40

Nigel Chavis

LB Fr.

17 Rodney Smith Jr.

LB

6-3

235

R-Jr.

Pembroke Pines, Fla./Louisiana Lafayette

22

Quintreil Chung

RB Fr.

18 Harry Freeman V

DB

6-1

165

R-So. Norfolk, Va./Lake Taylor HS

83

James Church Jr.

WR Jr.

19 Kimdrick Feaster

DB

5-9

160

R-Jr.

Virginia Beach, Va./Salem HS

49

Lamonte Clark

DL R-Jr.

20 Brandon Walker

DB

6-2

200

Jr.

Chester, Va./L.C. Bird HS

62

Thomas Coleman

OL R-Fr.

21 George Wahee

WR 6-0

180

Fr.

Norfolk, Va./Bishop Sullivan Catholic HS

77

Thornton Collier

OL Sr.

22 Quintreil Chung

RB

6-1

205

Fr.

Midlothian, Va./James River HS

25

D.J. Cook

DB Fr.

23 Shakeem Copeland

RB

5-9

205

R-So. Woodbridge, Va./Gar-Field HS

23

Shakeem Copeland

RB R-So.

24 Jay Anderson

LB

6-1

210

Jr.

Richmond, Va./L.C. Bird HS

98

Shawn Fauntleroy Jr.

DL Sr.

25 D.J. Cook

DB

6-1

190

Fr.

Richmond, Va./John Marshall HS

19

Kimdrick Feaster

DB R-Jr.

26 Leroy Parker

DB

6-0

195

Jr.

Miami, Fla./North Miami Beach HS

81

Demetreus Ferebee

TE

27 Aaron Chandler Jr.

DB

5-9

170

R-Fr.

Norfolk, Va./Lake Taylor HS

18

Harry Freeman V

DB R-So.

28 Edwin Lee

DB

6-1

180

Fr.

Brooklyn, N.Y./Grand Street Campus HS

2

Quinta Funderburk

WR Grad.

29 Brad Bradley

DB

5-11

200

R-Sr.

Richmond, Va./Old Dominion

56

Justin Gant

LB Sr.

30 Ahmek Henry

DB

6-0

175

Fr.

Charlotte, N.C./East Mecklenburg HS

68

Hadji Gaylord

DL R-Fr.

31 Kyle Archie

LB

6-0

230

So.

Virginia Beach, Va./Norcom HS

7

Greg Hankerson Jr.

QB Jr.

32 Larry Bishop III

RB

5-11

215

R-So. Roanoke, Va./West Liberty State

73

Marques Harvey

OL R-Fr.

33 Lamar Neal

LB

6-0

250

Sr.

Virginia Beach, Va./Fork Union Military Acad.

16

Donte’ Haynesworth

DB Jr.

34 Kinan Humphrey

WR 5-9

185

Fr.

Miami, Fla./Langston Hughes HS

82

Torian Henderson

TE

35 Onaje Bullen

DB

6-1

200

Jr.

Baltimore, Md./Overlea HS

30

Ahmek Henry

DB Fr.

36 Ebenezer Agyemang-Kusi DB

6-0

180

R-Fr.

Triangle, Va./Forest Park HS

41

Ernest Holden

LB R-Sr.

38 Thomas Stinger

DB

6-1

165

R-So. Leesburg, Va./Loudoun County HS

70

Gabe Hollins

OL Jr.

39 Bo Lomax

K/P 5-11

195

Fr.

Hampton, Va./Hampton HS

86

Ryan Howard

WR R-Sr.

40 Nigel Chavis

LB

6-2

210

Fr.

Richmond, Va./Armstrong HS

34

Kinan Humphrey

WR Fr.

41 Ernest Holden

LB

6-0

230

R-Sr.

Hampton, Va./Dean College (Mass.)

52

Louis Humphrey

OL R-Jr.

43 Ryan Wade

FB

6-0

270

Jr.

Rocky Mount, Va./Franklin County HS

3

Gerard Johnson

RB Jr.

44 Conley Smith

FB

5-11

250

R-Jr.

Chesapeake, Va./Hickory HS

60

Wes Jones

OL Fr.

45 Jeff Lee

TE

6-3

230

Fr.

North Chesterfield, Va./Meadowbrook HS

53

Deon King

LB Sr.

46 Raynard Revels

LB

6-1

230

Jr.

Richmond, Va./Lackawanna College (Pa.)

95

Chris Lee

DL So.

48 Allen Simon

DB

5-9

190

R-Sr.

Newport News, Va./Virginia Union

28

Edwin Lee

DB Fr.

49 Lamonte Clark

DL

6-3

320

R-Jr.

Washington, D.C./Ballou HS

45

Jeff Lee

TE

50 Jonathan Okafor

LB

6-2

215

R-So. Woodbridge, Va./Forest Park HS

54

T.C. Livingston

LB R-So.

51 Anthony Smith

LB

6-0

240

R-So. Norfolk, Va./Maury HS

39

Bo Lomax

K/P Fr.

52 Louis Humphrey

OL

6-0

290

R-Jr.

Chester, Va./Thomas Dale HS

13

Cameron Marouf

K/P Jr.

53 Deon King

LB

6-1

235

Sr.

Reston, Va./Fork Union Military Academy

69

Jake Mazgajewski

OL R-So.

54 T.C. Livingston

LB

6-3

205

R-So. Suffolk, Va./King’s Fork HS

79

Trey Mills

OL R-Jr.

10 Sandy Chapman 11 Mike Pierson

12

Hometown/Previous School

ALPHABETICAL

No. Name

R-So.

R-Sr.

Fr.

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No. Name

Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Yr.

Hometown/Previous School

No.

Name

Pos. Yr.

55 Antwan White

LB

6-0

210

So.

Chesapeake, Va./Great Bridge HS

33

Lamar Neal

LB Sr.

56 Justin Gant

LB

6-2

230

Sr.

McDonough, Ga./Atlanta Sports Academy

50

Jonathan Okafor

LB R-So.

57 Cornelius Tyler

DL

6-3

270

Fr.

Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Academy

58

Daniel Oladimeji

OL R-Jr.

58 Daniel Oladimeji

OL

6-2

305

R-Jr.

Upper Marlboro, Md./Riverdale Baptist HS

71

Jake O’Sullivan

OL Fr.

59 Mike Phillips

OL

6-1

290

Sr.

Virginia Beach, Va./Bayside HS

26

Leroy Parker

DB Jr.

60 Wes Jones

OL

6-1

280

Fr.

Wilmington, Del./Fork Union Military Acad.

89

William Penn

WR R-Sr.

61 Anthony Zamora

DL

6-0

275

R-Sr.

Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams HS

80

Antonio Perryman

WR R-So.

62 Thomas Coleman

OL

6-3

280

R-Fr.

Chesapeake, Va./Western Branch HS

59

Mike Phillips

OL Sr.

65 Craig Rodwell

OL

6-4

270

Fr.

Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Academy

11

Mike Pierson

QB/LS Sr.

67 Darcell Whitaker

OL

6-4

295

R-Jr.

Petersburg, Va./Petersburg HS

4

Eric Pittman

RB So.

68 Hadji Gaylord

DL

6-3

250

R-Fr.

Norfolk, Va./Maury HS

85

B.J. Reid

WR R-Jr.

69 Jake Mazgajewski

OL

6-6

295

R-So. Hampton, Va./Grafton HS

46

Raynard Revels

LB Jr.

70 Gabe Hollins

OL

6-4

325

Jr.

Virginia Beach, Va./Cox HS

65

Craig Rodwell

OL Fr.

71 Jake O’Sullivan

OL

6-4

280

Fr.

Chesapeake, Va./Hickory HS

8

DeAndre Sangster

WR R-Sr.

73 Marques Harvey

OL

6-5

280

R-Fr.

Portsmouth, Va./Norcom HS

48

Allen Simon

DB R-Sr

77 Thornton Collier

OL

6-2

275

Sr.

Glen Allen, Va./New Mexico Military Institute

51

Anthony Smith

LB R-So.

79 Trey Mills

OL

6-2

285

R-Jr.

Chesapeake, Va./Deep Creek HS

44

Conley Smith

FB R-Jr.

80 Antonio Perryman

WR 6-2

180

R-So. Jacksonville, Fla./First Coast HS

17

Rodney Smith Jr.

LB R-Jr.

81 Demetreus Ferebee

TE

6-4

245

R-So. Roanoke, Va./Northside HS

38

Thomas Stinger

DB R-So.

82 Torian Henderson

TE

6-4

230

R-Sr.

Silver Spring, Md./Paint Branch HS

5

Malik Stokes

QB R-Sr.

83 James Church Jr.

WR 6-1

205

Jr.

Virginia Beach, Va./Salem HS

15

Markice Street

WR So.

84 Chuma Awanna

WR 6-3

185

Fr.

Chesapeake, Va./Fork Union Military Acad.

12

Marcus Taylor

WR Fr.

85 B.J. Reid

WR 5-10

170

R-Jr.

Norfolk, Va./Atlantic Shores Christian

9

Omari-Ali Timmons

QB R-Sr.

86 Ryan Howard

WR 6-1

200

R-Sr.

Washington, D.C./McKinley Technology HS

57

Cornelius Tyler

DL Fr.

88 Isaac White

WR 6-3

185

Sr.

Portsmouth, Va./Norcom HS

43

Ryan Wade

FB Jr.

89 William Penn

WR 5-7

150

R-Sr.

Virginia Beach, Va./Tallwood HS

21

George Wahee

WR Fr.

90 Walter Brantley IV

DL

6-2

340

Fr.

Hampton, Va./Fork Union Military Academy

20

Brandon Walker

DB Jr.

91 James Byers

LB

6-3

220

R-Fr.

Petersburg, Va./Petersburg HS

94

Daryl Webster

DL Jr.

92 James Chapman

LB

6-1

225

Fr.

Portsmouth, Va./Wilson HS

67

Darcell Whitaker

OL R-Jr.

93 Thurman Austin

LB

6-1

225

R-Sr.

Fredericksburg, Va./West Virginia State

55

Antwan White

LB So.

94 Daryl Webster

DL

6-3

305

Jr.

Jamaica, N.Y./Nassau CC

88

Isaac White

WR Sr.

95 Chris Lee

DL

6-3

270

So.

Woodbridge, Va./C.D. Hylton HS

6

D’Metrius Williams

DB Sr.

96 Michael Witcher

DL

6-1

305

R-Jr.

Richmond, Va./Hermitage HS

99

Kevin Williams

DL Sr.

98 Shawn Fauntleroy Jr.

DL

5-9

305

Sr.

Hampton, Va./Fork Union Military Academy

96

Michael Witcher

DL R-Jr.

99 Kevin Williams

DL

6-4

315

Sr.

Bradenton, Fla./Southeast HS

61

Anthony Zamora

DL R-Sr.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE 2015 ROSTER TEXT BREAKDOWN OFFENSE Quarterback 5 7 9 11

Malik Stokes Greg Hankerson Jr. Omari-Ali Timmons Mike Pierson

Running Back 3 4 22 23 32

Gerard Johnson Eric Pittman Quintreil Chung Shakeem Copeland Larry Bishop III

Fullback 43 44

Ryan Wade Conley Smith

Wide Receiver 2 8 12 15 21 34 80 83 84 85 86 88 89

Quinta Funderburk DeAndre Sangster Marcus Taylor Markice Street George Wahee Kinan Humphrey Antonio Perryman James Church Jr. Chuma Awanna B.J. Reid Ryan Howard Isaac White William Penn

DEFENSE 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-4

195 190 190 240

R-Sr. Jr. R-Sr. Sr.

5-9 5-6 6-1 5-9 5-11

200 165 205 205 215

Jr. So. Fr. R-So. Jr.

6-0 5-11

270 250

Jr. R-Jr.

6-3 6-2 5-8 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-7

200 180 165 175 180 185 180 205 185 170 200 185 150

Grad. R-Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. R-So. Jr. Fr. R-Jr. R-Sr. Sr. R-Jr.

Tight End 45 81 82

Jeff Lee Demetreus Ferebee Torian Henderson

Offensive Line 52 58 59 60 62 65 67 69 70 71 73 77 79

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Louis Humphrey Daniel Oladimeji Mike Phillips Wes Jones Thomas Coleman Craig Rodwell Darcell Whitaker Jake Mazgajewski Gabe Hollins Jake O’Sullivan Marques Harvey Thornton Collier Trey Mills

6-3 6-4 6-4

230 245 230

Fr. R-So. R-Sr.

6-0 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-2

290 305 290 280 280 270 295 295 325 280 280 275 285

R-Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Jr. R-So. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Jr.

Defensive Line 49 57 61 68 90 94 95 96 98 99

Lamonte Clark Cornelius Tyler Anthony Zamora Hadji Gaylord Walter Brantley IV Daryl Webster Chris Lee Michael Witcher Shawn Fauntleroy Jr. Kevin Williams

Linebacker 17 24 31 33 40 41 46 50 51 53 54 55 56 91 92 93

Rodney Smith Jr. Jay Anderson Kyle Archie Lamar Neal Nigel Chavis Ernest Holden Raynard Revels Jonathan Okafor Anthony Smith Deon King T.C. Livingston Antwan White Justin Gant James Byers James Chapman Thurman Austin

6-3 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-9 6-4

320 270 275 250 340 305 270 305 305 315

R-Jr. Fr. R-Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. So. R-Jr. Sr. Sr.

6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1

235 210 230 250 210 230 230 215 240 235 205 210 230 220 225 225

R-Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. R-Sr. Jr. R-So. R-So. Sr. R-So. So. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Sr.

200 180 180 165 160 200 190 195 170 180 200 175 200 180 165 190

Sr. Jr. Jr. R-So. R-Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-So. R-Sr.

160 195

Jr. Fr.

Defensive Back 6 10 16 18 19 20 25 26 27 28 29 30 35 36 38 48

D’Metrius Williams 6-0 Sandy Chapman 5-10 Donte’ Haynesworth 5-11 Harry Freeman V 6-1 Kimdrick Feaster 5-9 Brandon Walker 6-2 D.J. Cook 6-1 Leroy Parker 6-0 Aaron Chandler Jr. 5-9 Edwin Lee 6-1 Brad Bradley 5-11 Ahmek Henry 6-0 Onaje Bullen 6-1 Ebenezer Agyemang-Kusi 6-0 Thomas Stinger 6-1 Allen Simon 5-9

SPECIAL TEAMS Kicker/Punter 13 39

Cameron Marouf Bo Lomax

5-9 5-11

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE PRESEASON DEPTH CHART OFFENSE X 88 8

Isaac White (6-3, 185, Sr.) DeAndre Sangster (6-2, 180, R-Sr.)

LT

69 65

Jake Mazgajewski (6-6, 295, R-So.) Craig Rodwell (6-4, 270, Fr.)

LG C

77 70

Thornton Collier (6-2, 275, Sr.) Gabe Hollins (6-4, 325, Jr.)

52 60

Louis Humphrey (6-0, 290, R-Jr.) Wes Jones (6-1, 280, Fr.)

RG 59 58 RT

DEFENSE DE 95 49 NG 98 90 DE 99 57

Chris Lee (6-3, 270, So.) Lamonte Clark (6-3, 320, R-Jr.) Shawn Fauntleroy Jr. (5-9, 305, Sr.) Walter Brantley IV (6-2, 340, Fr.) Kevin Williams (6-4, 315, Sr.) Cornelius Tyler (6-3, 270, Fr.)

17 50 53 31

Rodney Smith Jr. (6-3, 235, R-Jr.) Jonathan Okafor (6-2, 215, R-So.)

Mike Phillips (6-1, 290, Sr.) Daniel Oladimeji (6-2, 305, R-Jr.)

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67 71

Darcell Whitaker (6-4, 295, R-Jr.) Jake O’Sullivan (6-4, 280, Fr.)

ILB

33 55

Lamar Neal (6-0, 250, Sr.) Antwan White (6-0, 210, So.)

TE

81 82

Demetreus Ferebee (6-4, 245, R-So.) Torian Henderson (6-4, 230, R-Sr.)

OLB 24 56

Jay Anderson (6-1, 210, Jr.) Justin Gant (6-2, 230, Sr.)

Z

83 85

James Church Jr. (6-1, 205, Jr.) B.J. Reid (5-10, 170, R-Jr.)

CB

6 18

D’Metrius Williams (6-0, 200, Sr.) Harry Freeman V (6-1, 165, R-So.)

QB RB

7 5

Greg Hankerson Jr. (6-0, 190, Jr.) Malik Stokes (6-0, 195, R-Sr.)

SS

20 35

Brandon Walker (6-2, 200, Jr.) Onaje Bullen (6-1, 200, Jr.)

3 23

Gerard Johnson (5-9, 200, Jr.) Shakeem Copeland (5-9, 205, R-So.)

FS

26 29

Leroy Parker (6-0, 195, Jr.) Brad Bradley (5-11, 200, R-Sr.)

FB

44 43

Conley Smith (5-11, 250, R-Jr.) Ryan Wade (6-0, 270, Jr.)

CB

16 27

Donte’ Haynesworth (5-11, 180, Jr.) Aaron Chandler (5-9, 170, R-Fr.)

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SPECIAL TEAMS 13 Cameron Marouf (5-9, 160, Jr.) 39 Bo Lomax (5-11, 195, Fr.) 13 39

Cameron Marouf (5-9, 160, Jr.) Bo Lomax (5-11, 195, Fr.)

11 59

Mike Pierson (6-4, 240, Sr.) Mike Phillips (6-1, 290, Sr.)

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES EBENEZER AGYEMANG-KUSI RS-FRESHMAN | DB 6-0 | 180 Triangle, Va./Forest Park HS

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2014 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for both the fall and spring semesters. High School: Lettered three years in football and two in track … a two-time first-team all-conference selection … also a second-team All-Region 6A South selection as a senior … made 40 tackles and five interceptions as a senior … also deflected 14 passes … scored four touchdowns, three on interception returns and one on a blocked punt return … blocked a pair of punts … amassed 30 tackles and three interceptions as a junior … also was Cardinal District high jump champion as a junior. Personal: Ebenezer Kafi Agyemang-Kusi was born on Jan. 19, 1996 … son of Akwasi and Emelia Agyemang-Kusi … majoring in physical education.

JAY ANDERSON JUNIOR | LB 6-1 | 210 Richmond, Va./L.C. Bird HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Played in all 12 games … made three tackles on the season … had a solo tackle for a 2-yard loss in the defeat against Liberty, and had a career-high two tackles in the loss to N.C. Central … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester. 2013 (Freshman): Played in six total games as a true freshman … credited with three tackles on the year, one solo and two assists … had an assisted tackle at Rutgers … made one solo tackle at Morgan State … assisted on one tackle against ODU… earned a spot on the NSU AD Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester. High School: Two-year letterwinner … a first-team All-State Group AAA pick by VirginiaPreps.com as a senior … first-team All-Metro selection by The Richmond Times Dispatch … was also named to the All-Dominion District and All-Central Region first teams … posted 86 total tackles, 17 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks for the VHSL state Division 6 champions … forced three fumbles, recovered three fumbles and broke up five passes … had three sacks in the state championship game .. also played one year of basketball … high school teammates with fellow Spartan Brandon Walker. Personal: JayQuan M. Anderson was born on Jan. 6, 1995 … goes by Jay … son of Tamika Williams … majoring in mass communication. ANDERSON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2013 6 1 2 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 12 2 1 3 1.0-2 0.0-0 0-0 Totals 18 3 3 6 1.0-2 0.0-0 0-0

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ANDERSON’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 (vs. N.C. Central, 11-22-14) TFL: 1 (vs. Liberty, 9-6-14)

KYLE ARCHIE SOPHOMORE | LB 6-0 | 230 Virginia Beach, Va./Norcom HS

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2014 (Freshman): Saw action in 11 of 12 games as a freshman and started one game (vs. Liberty) … made 12 tackles on the season, including three solo stops … made a career-high three tackles against both Maine and Hampton … deflected two passes in the Liberty game … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester. High School: Four-year letterwinner in football … played his first three seasons at Tallwood High in Virginia Beach before transferring to Norcom in Portsmouth his senior season … named the Eastern District Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … also first-team All-Eastern District, All-Region 4A South and All-Tidewater … amassed 132 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, nine sacks, five forced fumbles and one interception … helped Norcom reach the second round of the state playoffs … was also named the city Athlete of the Year in his final prep season … was second-team All-Beach District as a junior, when he tallied 90 tackles, nine tackles for loss and seven sacks. Personal: Kyle Everette Archie was born on June 4, 1996 … son of Larry and Anya Archie … majoring in health fitness instruction … father is a former assistant football coach at NSU … his grandfather, Bill, was a former NSU head football coach and athletics director. ARCHIE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 2014 12 3 9 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2 0 0-0 Totals 12 3 9 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2 0 0-0 ARCHIE’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 3 (2x, last at Hampton, 10-18-14) PD: 2 (vs. Liberty, 9-6-14)

PD FF FR-Yds 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES THURMAN AUSTIN RS-SENIOR | LB 6-1 | 225 Fredericksburg, Va./ West Va. State/Chancellor HS

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2014 (Junior): Appeared in five games but did not accumulate any statistics … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester. At NSU: Enrolled NSU in the fall of 2013 but sat out as a transfer. At WVSU: Played two seasons at West Virginia State in Institute, W.Va. High School: Lettered three years at Chancellor … was a first-team all-district pick as a senior, when he amassed 96 tackles and forced five fumbles. Personal: Thurman Austin was born on Dec. 17, 1993 … son of Thurman and Betty Austin … majoring in sociology.

LARRY BISHOP III RS-SOPHOMORE | RB 5-11 | 215 Roanoke, Va./ West Liberty State/Salem HS

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2014 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season per NCAA transfer rules … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for both the fall and spring semesters. At West Liberty (Freshman): Led the team in rushing as a true freshman in 2013, recording 455 rushing yards on 123 carries with one touchdown … had a season-high 108 yards on 18 carries at West Virginia Wesleyan … had 91 yards at West Virginia State and 81 at Duquesne … also caught six passes for 44 yards on the year. High School: First-team All-River Ridge District and All-Region IV as a senior … also named to the Roanoke Times All-Timesland team … played fullback and had No. 2 single-season rushing total in school history with 1,657 yards and 21 TDs on 253 carries … had two games with at least 240 rushing yards as a senior … also was a three-year starter at defensive end … second-team all-district as a junior. Personal: Larry Lamart Bishop III was born on July 6, 1994 … son of Larry Bishop and Lorraine Gravely … majoring in health fitness instruction.

BRAD BRADLEY RS-SENIOR | DB 5-11 | 200 Richmond, Va./ODU/Varina HS

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2014 (Junior): Worked with the scout team but did not see any game action. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in two games on special teams, vs. Maine and ODU … did not accumulate any statistics. 2012 (Freshman/ Transfer): Transferred from ODU for the fall 2012 season, but sat out per Division I transfer rules. At ODU: Redshirted the 2011 season. High School: Two-sport standout and three-year letterwinner in football at Varina … also a two-year letterwinner in track … finished second on the team in solo tackles and first in tackles for loss as a senior … registered two interceptions, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, two blocked kicks and eight quarterback hurries … averaged 39.7 yards on kickoff returns. Personal: Brad M. Bradley was born on Jan. 7, 1993 … son of Brad Bradley Sr. and Sharon Bradley … majoring in kinesiotherapy.

ONAJE BULLEN JUNIOR | DB 6-1 | 200 Baltimore, Md./Overlea HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Played in nine games … saw time on special teams and as a reserve defensive back … made one assisted tackle on the year, at Buffalo. At NSU: Sat out the 2013 season. High School: Lettered three years … played receiver and cornerback … had 60 tackles, 14 pass breakups and two interceptions as a senior … made 58 tackles and had one interception as a junior, when he helped Overlea win the county and regional championships and advance to the state semifinals … was also a sprinter and jumper on the OHS track team. Personal: Onaje Y. Bullen was born on Aug. 26, 1995 … son of Wendell Bullen and Nsenga Rivens … majoring in information technology. BULLEN’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 2014 9 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 Totals 9 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 BULLEN’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1 (vs. Buffalo, 9-20-14)

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES AARON CHANDLER JR. RS-FRESHMAN | DB 5-9 | 170 Norfolk, Va./Lake Taylor HS

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LAMONTE CLARK

2014 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: Played four years of basketball and two of football … notched 40 tackles, four interceptions and eight receiving TDs as a senior two-way starter … first-team All-Eastern District at receiver and second team at defensive back … rated the No. 29 senior in South Hampton Roads’ class of 2014 by The Virginian-Pilot … selected to play in the VHSCA state all-star game … picked for the All-757 Junior Team after tallying 30 tackles, three interceptions, four total touchdowns as a junior, when he started for the Division 5 state championship team at Lake Taylor. Personal: Aaron Loushan Chandler was born Dec. 2, 1995 … son of Aaron and LaFrance Chandler … plans to major in business entrepreneurship.

JAMES CHURCH JR. JUNIOR | WR 6-1 | 205 Virginia Beach, Va./Salem HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Saw time in 10 games … started the contest with Liberty … made five receptions for 41 yards on the season … made two catches against both Savannah State (10 yards) and Delaware State (20 yards) … caught one pass for 11 yards in the win at Florida A&M. 2013 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games during his rookie season … a reserve wideout who also played special teams on occasion … finished the season with 11 catches for 123 yards … had three receptions for 27 yards against Savannah State … made his first career start the following week at Delaware State, catching one pass for 14 yards … also caught an 8-yard pass vs. Hampton … had his longest reception of the year at Bethune-Cookman, taking a short pass and turning it into a 37-yard gain … had a season-high four catches for 32 yards at N.C. Central. High School: Earned three varsity letters in football … named to the All-Beach District second team as a senior … caught 33 passes for 402 yards and three touchdowns … also had offers from Hampton and VMI … ranked the No. 24 recruit in The Virginian-Pilot’s top 50 rankings for South Hampton Roads … helped Salem win the Beach District title his junior year. Personal: James E. Church was born on Oct. 29, 1994 … son of James Church Sr. and Lisa Church … majoring in business management. CHURCH’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP Rec Yds Avg TD 2013 12 11 123 11.2 0 2014 10 5 41 8.2 0 Totals 22 16 164 10.3 0

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CHURCH’S CAREER HIGHS Rec.: 4 (vs. N.C. Central, 11-16-13) Yards: 37 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-9-13) Long Rec.: 37 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-9-13)

RS-JUNIOR | DL 6-3 | 320 Washington, D.C./Ballou HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Appeared in nine games and made nine tackles as a reserve lineman … had a career-high four tackles, all assisted, in the opener at Maine … made two tackles, including half a sack, against Liberty … also made two tackles in the win over Morgan State … missed all three October games due to a foot injury … blocked a field goal in the North Carolina Central game … named to the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall semester. 2013 (Freshman): Appeared in all 12 games off the bench … recorded 17 total tackles and one quarterback pressure for the season … made two tackles in a game on seven occasions … had two solo stops at Rutgers … had two tackles and a QB hurry against Delaware State … also made two stops against Maine, Morgan State, Hampton, FAMU and Bethune-Cookman. 2012 (Redshirt) At NSU: Enrolled in the spring of 2012 … went through spring practice with the team … redshirted the 2012 season. Prior to NSU: Attended Kansas State during the summer of 2011 before transferring. High School: Named to PrepStar Magazine’s All-East Region Team … selected as a first-team All-Metro offensive lineman by The Washington Post … ranked the No. 39 defensive tackle in the nation by ESPN.com … had 68 total tackles, 26 tackles for loss and three sacks for Ballou, which went 10-1 in Clark’s senior year … also forced five fumbles and intercepted one pass during his senior campaign … nominated for the U.S. Army All-American Game. Personal: Lamonte Devon Clark was born on March 31, 1992 … son of Shawn and Donnise Clark … majoring in psychology. CLARK’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds FR-Yds 2013 12 6 11 17 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 9 1 8 9 0.5-4 0.5-4 0-0 Totals 21 7 19 26 0.5-4 0.5-4 0-0

PD FF 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0

CLARK’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 (at Maine, 8-30-14) TFL/Sacks: 0.5 (vs. Liberty, 9-6-14)

Lg Avg/G 37 10.2 17 4.1 37 7.5

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES THOMAS COLEMAN RS-FRESHMAN | OL 6-3 | 280 Chesapeake, Va./ Western Branch HS

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2014 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: Three-year letterwinner … a first-team All-Tidewater, All-Conference 2 and all-region selection as a senior … helped Western Branch rush for a South Hampton Roads-leading 3,849 yards … rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … also received a Scholar Athlete Award from the city of Chesapeake … was second-team all-district and named the team’s Most Improved Player as a junior. Personal: Thomas T. Coleman was born on Dec. 27, 1995 … son of Thomas and Michelle Faulks … plans to major in physics.

THORNTON COLLIER SENIOR | OL 6-2 | 275 Glen Allen, Va./New Mexico Military Institute/Deep Run HS

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SHAKEEM COPELAND RS-SOPHOMORE | RB 5-9 | 205 Woodbridge, Va./Gar-Field HS

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2014 (Freshman): Saw action in all 12 contests … saw extensive time on NSU’s special teams units and as a reserve running back … had the first two carries of his career at Buffalo, gaining three yards … made solo tackles on special teams against Hampton and N.C. Central … named to the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for both semesters and earned a spot on the MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: A four-year letterwinner … rushed for 1,148 yards and 10 scores as a senior … earned first-team All-Cardinal District honors … also ran for 1,417 yards as a junior en route to first-team all-district and all-region honors … honorable mention all-state as a junior … earned MVP at the National Underclassmen Combine event in Richmond after his junior season. Personal: Shakeem K. Copeland was born on July 8, 1994 … son of Donald Copeland and Robinette Corbin … academic major is sociology. COPELAND’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP Att Yds Avg TD Lg Avg/G 2014 12 2 3 1.5 0 0 0.3 Totals 12 2 3 1.5 0 0 0.3 COPELAND’S CAREER HIGHS Rushes: 2 (at Buffalo, 9-20-14) Yards: 3 (at Buffalo, 9-20-14) Long Rush: 2 (at Buffalo, 9-20-14)

2014 (Junior): Played in all 12 games in his first season in a Spartan uniform … started a total of six games during the season, all at offensive tackle … started at left tackle against William & Mary and Savannah State, and at right tackle in four straight games late in the year (Hampton, FAMU, B-CU, N.C. Central). JC: Played two seasons at New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, N.M. … helped NMMI to an 8-4 record and a berth in the El Toro Bowl as a sophomore … blocked for an offense that averaged 32.7 points and 391.6 yards per game that season … started all 12 games his sophomore year. High School: Two-year letterwinner at Deep Run … was a second-team All-Colonial District pick as a senior … started every game at offensive tackle as a junior and senior. Personal: Thornton R. Collier was born on April 26, 1994 … son of Arthur and Renita Collier … majoring in mass communication.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES SHAWN FAUNTLEROY JR. SENIOR | DL 5-9 | 305 Hampton, Va./Fork Union Military Academy/Kecoughtan HS

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2014 (Junior): Played in all 12 games and started 10 at nose guard … finished second among NSU’s down linemen with 33 total tackles … also made two tackles for loss … made five tackles in the opener at Maine … had one solo tackle for loss at Buffalo … had four tackles in consecutive wins over Morgan State and Savannah State … had a career-high seven tackles, all assisted, to go with half a tackle for loss against Bethune-Cookman … ended the season with two tackles and half a tackle for loss at S.C. State … named to the MEAC All-Academic Team … also a member of the NSU AD Honor Roll for both the fall and spring semesters. 2013 (Sophomore): Started nine times and played in all 12 contests … had 30 tackles, three tackles for loss, one sack and four quarterback hurries … made one tackle for loss against Maine, Savannah State and Florida A&M … made three stops against Rutgers, Charleston Southern, DSU and FAMU … made four tackles against Hampton and a season-high-tying five against N.C. Central … combined with Lynden Trail on a sack and forced fumble in the end zone against FAMU, leading to at NSU TD … also had half a sack against Savannah State … earned a spot on the NSU AD Honor Roll for both semesters. 2012 (Freshman): Played in all 11 games … broke into the starting lineup for the S.C. State game and remained there the rest of the year … made 19 tackles for the year, including four for a loss and half a sack … had half a tackle for loss at Liberty … made three tackles, one for loss, at Ohio … made a season-high five tackles at N.C. A&T … tallied a season-best 2.5 tackles for loss including half a sack in the season finale against Morgan State. High School/Prep: A two-year letterwinner at Kecoughtan … selected to play in the VHSCA state All-Star Game following his senior season … a first-team All-Peninsula District defensive lineman as a junior and senior … also named to the all-district second team as an offensive lineman after his junior year … spent a post-graduate year (2011-12) at Fork Union. Personal: Shawn Landell Fauntleroy was born on June 11, 1993 … son of Shawn Fauntleroy Sr. and Maria Fauntleroy … majoring in psychology. FAUNTLEROY’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2012 11 6 13 19 4.0-12 0.5-4 0-0 2013 12 11 19 30 3.0-4 1.0-2 0-0 2014 12 5 28 33 2.0-3 0.0-0 0-0 Totals 35 22 60 82 9.0-19 1.5-6 0-0 FAUNTLEROY’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-6-14) TFL: 2.5 (vs. Morgan State, 11-10-12) Sacks: 0.5 (3x, last vs. FAMU, 11-2-13)

PD 0 0 0 0

FF FR-Yds 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0

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KIMDRICK FEASTER RS-JUNIOR | DB 5-9 | 160 Virginia Beach, Va./Salem HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Played in six games on the year before suffering a knee injury which caused him to miss the last month of the season … made two tackles on the year on special teams duty, one each against William & Mary and Hampton … both stops came on kickoff coverage duty. 2013 (Freshman): Played in 11 games, mostly on special teams … had five tackles on the year, all solo efforts … made two stops on special teams at Morgan State … also saw some time as a reserve cornerback. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirted … named to the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2012 semester. High School: A second-team All-Beach District pick as a senior after posting 30 tackles and two interceptions … team won the district title and advance to the Eastern Region title game … first-team all-district as a junior, when he intercepted eight passes. Personal: Kimdrick Robert Feaster was born on June 6, 1994 … son of Antoine and Kimberly Feaster … majoring in business management. FEASTER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2013 11 5 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 6 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 Totals 17 6 1 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0

PD FF FR-Yds 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0

FEASTER’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 (vs. Morgan State, 9-28-13)

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES DEMETREUS FEREBEE RS-SOPHOMORE | TE 6-4 | 245 Roanoke, Va./Northside HS

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2014 (Freshman): Played in 10 games and started seven times at tight end … made two catches for 30 yards on the year, both in the final two contests of the season … had a 22-yard catch, his longest of the year, in the N.C. Central game … caught an 8-yard pass in the loss to S.C. State. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: A first-team all-district and All-Region III selection on defense … also named to the all-state Group AA second team … ranked the No. 45 senior in the state of Virginia by The Roanoke Times … was also first-team all-district and all-region and honorable mention all-state accolades as a junior. Personal: Demetreus Lamont Ferebee was born on June 21, 1995 … son of Larry and Yvette Ferebee … majoring in business management. FEREBEE’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP Rec Yds Avg TD Lg Avg/G 2014 10 2 30 15.0 0 0 3.0 Totals 10 2 30 15.0 0 0 3.0 FEREBEE’S CAREER HIGHS Rec.: 1 (2x, last vs. S.C. State, 11-22-14) Yards: 22 (vs. N.C. Central, 11-15-14) Long Rec.: 22 (vs. N.C. Central, 11-15-14)

HARRY FREEMAN V RS-SOPHOMORE | DB 6-1 | 165 Norfolk, Va./Lake Taylor HS

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2014 (Freshman): Appeared in seven games as a reserve defensive back and special teams player … made four tackles on the season, two solos and two assisted … returned one kickoff for nine yards and one punt for nine yards in the opener at Maine … made two tackles at Savannah State and one apiece against Hampton and Florida A&M. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester. High School: A firstteam All-Eastern District and second-team All-Eastern Region pick at wide receiver … caught 12 touchdown passes for the Titans, who won the state Group AAA Division 5 championship … amassed 26 catches for 575 yards (22.1 yards per catch) … also started at defensive back. Personal: Harry Thomas Freeman V was born on Nov. 30, 1994 … son of Harry T. Freeman and Jenen Jurvey … father is an assistant track and field coach at NSU … majoring in physical education … has an aunt and cousin who also attended NSU.

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FREEMAN’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 2014 7 2 2 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 Totals 7 2 2 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 FREEMAN’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 (vs. Savannah State, 10-4-14)

JUSTIN GANT SENIOR | LB 6-2 | 230 McDonough, Ga./Atlanta Sports Academy/Ola HS

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2014 (Junior): Played in all 11 games, seeing time in every contest except Maine … made eight tackles on the season, four solos and four assists … tied his career high with three tackles at Hampton … credited with a quarterback hurry at Florida A&M … made two tackles against Bethune-Cookman. 2013 (Sophomore): Saw time in all 12 games as a sophomore … played on special teams and also was a backup at outside linebacker … made 11 tackles for the year … also recovered a fumble … had a career-best three tackles against Florida A&M … made two tackles against both Rutgers and N.C. Central … recovered a fumble on special teams in the finale against S.C. State. 2012 (Freshman): Played in four contests, seeing time on both special teams and at linebacker … made his first career tackle on a fourth-quarter sack in the finale against Morgan State … his sack forced a fumble on that play. High School/ Prep: Spent one prep year at ASA … a four-year letterman in both football and basketball at Ola High School … posted 54 solo tackles and eight sacks as a senior in 2010 … named the team’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior. Personal: Justin Emanuel Gant was born on April 27, 1993 … son of Larry and Brenda Gant … majoring in exercise science. GANT’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2012 4 1 0 1 1.0-2 1.0-2 0-0 2013 12 4 7 11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 11 4 4 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 Totals 27 9 11 20 1.0-2 1.0-2 0-0

PD FF FR-Yds 0 1 0-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 1-0

GANT’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 3 (2x, last vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) TFL: 1.0 (vs. Morgan State, 11-10-12) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Morgan State, 11-10-12) FF: 1 (vs. Morgan State, 11-10-12) FR: 1 (vs. S.C. State, 11-23-13)

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES HADJI GAYLORD

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RS-FRESHMAN | DL 6-3 | 250 Norfolk, Va./Maury HS

JUNIOR | DB 5-11 | 180 Mechanicsville, Va./Hanover HS

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2014 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring semester. High School: Played football all four years and also was a two-year letterwinner in wrestling … made 57 tackles and five sacks as a senior … posted a 35-6 record in wrestling his senior year and was 32-3 as a junior. Personal: Hadji Malik Gaylord was born on June 3, 1994 … son of Darnell Gaylor and Deidre Lewis … majoring in sociology.

MARQUES HARVEY RS-FRESHMAN | OL 6-5 | 280 Portsmouth, Va./Norcom HS

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2014 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: Lettered four years in football and four in basketball … first-team All-Eastern District at offensive tackle and second-team all-district at defensive end as a senior … second-team All-Tidewater at offensive line … honorable mention All-Region 4A South and All-757 … recorded 50 tackles, eight sacks and two forced fumbles during his final prep season … helped Norcom win the 4A South Region and 4A state basketball championships his senior year … made the All-757 Junior Football Team. Personal: Marques Shawn Harvey was born June 11, 1996 … son of Winford and Yvette Dozier … majoring in physical education.

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2014 (Sophomore): Saw time in all 12 games and started 11 times at cornerback … started each game except at William & Mary … made 27 tackles on the season, 14 of them solos … was in on one tackle for loss, deflected three passes and was credited with one quarterback hurry … made four tackles against both Maine and South Carolina State … tallied a career-best five tackles, all solos, at Buffalo … had three tackles, including half a tackle for loss, against Hampton … had pass breakups against Liberty, N.C. Central and South Carolina State … also had half a tackle for loss at S.C. State. 2013 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games … worked as a second-team cornerback and also played special teams … made 18 tackles for the year, 11 solo … deflected two passes, forced a fumble and caused another … had three solo tackles at Morgan State … made two solo tackles, broke up a pass and forced a fumble vs. Savannah State … recorded a season-high four tackles, three solo, against Hampton … made one pass deflection against ODU … recovered a fumble on special teams at N.C. Central. High School: Started at defensive back and receiver for Hanover, which won the Central Region Division 5 championship and advanced to the state semifinals … named to the All-Capital District first team at both receiver and defensive back … also a second-team All-Metro and All-Central Region pick at receiver, Haynesworth caught 39 passes for 676 yards and seven TDs … recorded 52 tackles, six interceptions, eight pass breakups and one fumble recovery for a TD on defense. Personal: Donte’ Rashad Haynesworth was born on Oct. 5, 1994 … son of Leroy and Donna Haynesworth … … father is a former NSU All-American defensive back … majoring in accounting. HAYNESWORTH’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2013 12 11 7 18 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 12 14 13 27 1.0-2 0.0-0 0-0 Totals 24 25 20 45 1.0-2 0.0-0 0-0

PD 2 3 5

FF FR-Yds 1 1-0 0 0-0 1 1-0

HAYNESWORTH’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 5 (vs. Buffalo, 9-20-14) PD: 1 (5x, last vs. S.C. State, 10-22-14) FF: 1 (vs. Savannah State, 10-5-13) FR: 1 (vs. N.C. Central, 11-16-13)

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES TORIAN HENDERSON RS-SENIOR | TE 6-4 | 230 Silver Spring, Md./ Paint Branch HS

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2014 (Junior): Saw time in one game, against Delaware State. At NSU: Enrolled in the fall of 2013 … did not play the season. High School: Honorable mention Big School all-state at defensive back … led PBHS to its first playoff win since 1975 during his senior year. Personal: Torian E. Henderson was born on April 28, 1992 … son of Phyllis Henderson … majoring in mass communication.

ERNEST HOLDEN RS-SENIOR | LB 6-0 | 230 Hampton, Va./Dean College (Mass.)/Hampton Christian HS

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High School: A first-team All-Beach District and All-Tidewater selection by the Virginian-Pilot … also named to the All-Eastern Region second team by VirginiaPreps.com … started on both sides of the line in every game … helped Cox rush for nearly 2,000 yards in 10 games … ranked the No. 20 recruit in the Pilot’s top 50 rankings for South Hampton Roads. Personal: Gabriel L. Hollins was born on March 12, 1995 … goes by Gabe … son of Eric and Jennifer Smith … majoring in computer science.

RYAN HOWARD RS-SENIOR | WR 6-1 | 200 Washington, D.C./ McKinley Technology HS

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2014 (Junior): Did not see any game action … contributed on the scout team. At NSU: Enrolled in the fall of 2011 … worked with the scout team as a walk-on in previous years. High School: A three-year letterwinner in football … played tight end and receiver … also played four years of baseball and lettered one year in swimming. Personal: Ryan Rashad Howard was born on Dec. 10, 1993 … son of Reginald and Rosemarie Howard … majoring in mass communication.

2014 (Junior): Did not see any game action. At Dean: Attended community college at Dean College in Franklin, Mass., for two years … played in seven games and accumulated one sack as a freshman in 2012. High School: Played three years of football and basketball, two of baseball and two of track … a two-way starter at receiver/running back on offense and linebacker on defense … ran for 915 yards and posted 88 tackles as a senior. Personal: Ernest F. Holden was born on July 12, 1992 … majoring in psychology.

GABE HOLLINS JUNIOR | OL 6-4 | 325 Virginia Beach, Va./Cox HS

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2014 (Sophomore): A key member of the Spartans’ offensive line, Hollins saw time in all 12 games … started the first two contests of the year at left guard (vs. Maine and Liberty) … also blocked on special teams units for field goals and extra points. 2013 (Freshman): Played in nine games during his freshman campaign … did not play in the first three games, but contributed in the last nine … saw snaps as a backup offensive guard, as a blocker for the field-goal unit, and as a blocking tight end in short-yardage formations … got his first start of the season in the final with S.C. State as the second tight end in a two-tight end set.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES LOUIS HUMPHREY RS-JUNIOR | OL 6-0 | 290 Chester, Va./Thomas Dale HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Played and started in all 12 games at center … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall semester … also earned a spot on the MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team for the second straight year. 2013 (Freshman): NSU’s reserve center … played in just one game, against Hampton … played a total of 22 snaps in that contest … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester and named to the 2013-14 MEAC All-Academic Team. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters. High School: Three-year letterwinner in football and four-year member of the track team … named to the All-Central District and All-Central Region first teams at both center and defensive tackle … first-team All-Metro and second-team all-state at center … helped Dale rush for more than 2,000 yards and reach the regional playoffs … team won the state title his sophomore year … also threw the shot put and discus. Personal: Louis Elwood Humphrey was born on Sept. 28, 1993 … goes by Tres … son of Louis and Brenda Humphrey … majoring in history.

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DEON KING SENIOR | LB 6-1 | 235 Reston, Va./Fork Union Military Academy/South Lakes HS

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2014 (Junior): An All-MEAC first-team performer after starting all 12 games at outside linebacker … was second on the team and fourth in the MEAC with 106 total tackles (46 solos, 60 assists) … tied for second in the conference with 18 tackles for loss, and ranked tied for sixth with 7.5 sacks … led the Spartans in both categories … recovered three fumbles and forced two … ranked in the top 50 in the nation in fumble recoveries (sixth), tackles for loss (22nd), total tackles (44th) and sacks (45th) … also deflected two passes and intercepted another … credited with nine quarterback hurries … opened the season with nine tackles and one sack at Maine … amassed five tackles, 1.5 for loss, and half a sack against Liberty … made six tackles, two for a loss, and had one sack at William & Mary … also had two QB hurries in that game … had a strong all-around game against Morgan State, notching seven tackles, three QB hurries, a pass breakup and a forced fumble … made eight tackles in consecutive games against Savannah State and Delaware State … also had a season-high 2.5 sacks and a fumble recovery in the DSU game … made 15 stops in the win at Hampton … was a force in the win at FAMU, finishing with eight tackles, one for loss, with half a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery … made a season-high 19 tackles the following week against Bethune-Cookman, which included four stops behind the line of scrimmage … also had a forced fumble and an interception in that game … the 19 tackles tied for the most by a MEAC player during the 2014 season … broke up one pass, recorded seven tackles and one sack in the loss to N.C. Central … ended the year with a flurry, tallying nine tackles, five of them for loss, with one sack and two QB pressures in the loss to S.C. State … the five tackles for loss were a career high … named the team’s Defensive MVP during spring drills after moving to inside linebacker. 2013 (Sophomore): An All-MEAC second-team performer in his first year as a starter … led NSU and ranked second in the MEAC in both tackles for loss (18.5) and sacks (9.5) … tied for eighth in the nation among FCS players in tackles for loss per game (1.5 avg.) and tied for 16th in sacks per game (0.79 avg.) … the 9.5 sacks tied for the third-most for a single season in the school’s Division I history (since 1997) … King was also third on the team with 84 total tackles, recovered two fumbles and forced another … started all 12 games at either OLB or DE … opened the year with five solo tackles, three for a loss including one sack, vs. Maine … posted nine tackles and half a sack at Rutgers … had eight tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and two sacks vs. Charleston Southern … recorded eight total tackles (seven solo) with one for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery at Morgan State … made eight stops including a career-high three sacks and two QB hurries in the win over Savannah State … had a key sack on SSU’s final drive, which ended with a missed field goal … made nine tackles, 1.5 for loss, with one sack at Delaware State … registered season highs in tackles (13) and solo tackles (10) vs. Hampton, including one TFL … made three tackles for loss and one sack against ODU … tallied six tackles, two for a loss, with one sack and a fumble recovery at N.C. Central … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester and named to the 2013-14 MEAC All-Academic Team. 2012 (Freshman): Played in all 11 games … made 19 tackles for the year, 12 of them solos … registered five tackles for loss, two sacks,

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES one interception and three quarterback hurries on the year … posted season highs of five tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks in the season-opening win over Virginia State … had three solo tackles, a QB hurry and one tackle for loss against Howard … also tallied three total tackles against Savannah State … had two tackles, one tackle for loss and his first career interception in the season finale with Morgan State … returned that interception 15 yards for a first-quarter NSU touchdown … earned MEAC Rookie of the Week honors for his performance against MSU. High School/Prep: Spent one season on the post-graduate team at Fork Union … lettered three years on the varsity team at South Lakes … was a first-team All-Liberty District pick as a senior after amassing over 100 tackles and 10 sacks. Personal: Deon Jerome King was born on July 2, 1993 … son of James Kerkulah and Pebbles King … academic major is building construction technology. KING’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2012 11 12 7 19 5.0-25 2.0-12 1-15 2013 12 50 34 84 18.5-81 9.5-65 0-0 2014 12 46 60 106 18.0-88 7.5-53 1-0 Totals 35 108 101 209 41.5-194 19.0-130 2-15

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FF FR-Yds 0 0-0 1 2-0 2 3-1 3 5-1

KING’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 19 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-6-14) TFL: 5.0 (vs. S.C. State, 11-22-14) Sacks: 3.0 (vs. Savannah State, 10-5-13) INT: 1 (2x, last vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-6-14) FF: 1 (3x, last vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-6-14) FR: 1 (5x, last vs. Florida A&M, 11-1-14)

CHRIS LEE SOPHOMORE | DL 6-3 | 270 Woodbridge, Va./C.D. Hylton HS

T.C. LIVINGSTON RS-SOPHOMORE | LB 6-3 | 205 Suffolk, Va./King’s Fork HS

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2014 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games … contributed on special teams units and as a reserve linebacker … was in on five tackles on the season, one each against Buffalo, Morgan State and Savannah State and two at S.C. State … a member of the MEAC All-Academic Team … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for both semesters. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for both semesters. High School: Lettered three years on the varsity team at King’s Fork … first-team All-Southeastern District linebacker as a senior after recording 59 tackles, five tackles for loss and one interception … also named to the All-Tidewater second team by The Virginian-Pilot … helped lead the Bulldogs to their first-ever berth in the Eastern Region playoffs … honorable mention all-district and team defensive MVP as a junior. Personal: Terrance C. Livingston was born on Sept. 10, 1995 … son of Terrance and Audrey Livingston … majoring in political science. LIVINGSTON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS (AT NSU) Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 2014 12 4 1 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 Totals 12 4 1 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 LIVINGSTON’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 (vs. S.C. State, 11-22-14)

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2014 (Freshman): Played in 11 contests in his rookie season, seeing time in all but the Liberty game … started three contests at tight end/H-back (Morgan State, Hampton, Florida A&M) … made two catches on the season for 18 yards … caught his first career pass for two yards against Delaware State … caught a 16-yard TD pass vs. Bethune-Cookman … moved to defensive line following the season … also threw the shot put for the men’s track team … ranked second in the MEAC during indoor season and fourth outdoors … broke the indoor school shot put record twice, with a best of 53 feet, 0.25 inches at Penn State in January … named to the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the spring semester. High School: Lettered two years in football and four in track and field … a first-team All-Conference 4 pick at defensive end as a senior … also made the All-Region 6A South second team … started at defensive end and at tight end/H-back … registered 72 tackles, 22 for loss and 14 sacks … also first-team all-district and all-region as a junior … in track and field, won the state 6A shot put title as a senior with a personal-best throw of 61 feet, 6 inches … was also the conference and region shot put champion his final two years … placed eighth at the New Balance Nationals in the event. Personal: Christopher Narick Lee was born on May 24, 1996 … son of Elmer and Adrine Lee … majoring in mass communication.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES CAMERON MAROUF

JAKE MAZGAJEWSKI

JUNIOR | K/P 5-9 | 160 Woodbridge, Va./Forest Park HS

RS-SOPHOMORE | OL 6-6 | 295 Hampton, Va./Grafton HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Named to the All-MEAC third team … appeared in nine games and made 10 of his 15 field goal attempts … did not see time in the Liberty game and missed the William & Mary and Buffalo games … served as NSU’s field-goal specialist … opened the year by making 2-of-3 field goals at Maine (46 and 38 yards) … earned MEAC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after the Morgan State game … made all three of his field goal attempts – a career high – with makes of 43, 26 and 44 yards in a one-point victory … made a career-long 51-yard field goal in the loss to Delaware State, the second-longest made field goal in the conference during the season … went 2-of-2 against both Florida A&M (from 26 and 47 yards) and S.C. State (44, 45) … also kicked off nine times on the year and punted once. 2013 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games … began the year as the kickoff specialist, then assumed all placekicking duties after an injury to Ryan Lee in the fourth game of the year (Morgan State) … was 8-of-13 on field goals for the year and 13-of-16 on extra points … averaged 52.4 yards on 40 kickoffs, including two touchbacks … kicked a 34-yarder to account for his first career field goal in the Morgan State game … hit 2-of-3 extra points and 2-of-3 field goals, including the game-winning 33-yarder with 1:10 left in the two-point win over Savannah State … named MEAC Rookie of the Week for that performance … also made two field goals at Bethune-Cookman, including a season-long 43-yarder … made one field goal each against Hampton, ODU and S.C. State … was 3-of-3 on PAT tries against ODU and Bethune-Cookman. High School: Lettered two years … first-team All-Cardinal District punter as a senior … averaged 39 yards per punt … was 16-of-17 on extra point attempts and was 4-for-5 on field goals … was first-team all-district punter and second-team all-district kicker as a junior … high school teammates with fellow Spartan Jonathan Okafor. Personal: Cameron Bayar Marouf was born on March 21, 1994 … son of Sam and Nancy Marouf … majoring in business. MAROUF’S CAREER KICKING STATISTICS Yr. GP FGs Lg PAT 2013 12 8-13 43 13-16 2014 9 10-15 51 0-1 Totals 21 18-28 51 13-17 MAROUF’S CAREER HIGHS FG: 3 (vs. Morgan State, 9-27-14) XP: 3 (2x, last vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-9-13) Long FG: 51 (vs. Delaware State, 10-11-14)

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2014 (Freshman): Played in 11 of the team’s 12 games, missing only the Liberty contest … started off the year as a reserve offensive lineman before being moved to the defensive line midway through the season … moved back to offense in the spring, but missed spring practice due to injury. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: Played four years of basketball, four of football and also lettered two years in track … named to the All-Bay Rivers District second team on offense … started at both offensive tackle and defensive end … Received a twostar rating from the recruiting web site Scout.com. Personal: Jacob M. Mazgajewski was born on Aug. 24, 1994 … goes by Jake … son of Matt and Christina Mazgajewski … majoring in business finance.

TREY MILLS RS-JUNIOR | OL 6-2 | 285 Chesapeake, Va./Deep Creek HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Appeared in 11 of NSU’s 12 games, adding depth to NSU’s defensive line … did not play in the opener at Maine … made four tackles on the year … had one solo stop against William & Mary and one tackle for a loss at Buffalo … also assisted on one tackle against both Savannah State and Hampton … moved to offensive line during spring practice … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor roll for the spring semester. 2013 (Freshman): Played in one game during the year, seeing reserve duty at defensive tackle at Rutgers. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: Played parts of three seasons on the varsity at Deep Creek … second-team All-Southeastern District as a senior … named team MVP that year as well … also lettered two years in track. Personal: Trey R. Mills was born on Aug. 2, 1994 … son of Troy and Pamela Mills … majoring in psychology with a minor in sociology.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES LAMAR NEAL SENIOR | LB 6-0 | 250 Virginia Beach, Va./Fork Union Military Acad./Ocean Lakes HS

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2014 (Junior): Started 11 of NSU’s 12 games at one of the two inside linebacker positions … ranked fourth on the team and tied for 16th in the MEAC with 85 tackles … tallied 3.5 tackles for loss, one sack, one pass deflection and one quarterback hurry … reached double figures in tackles on two occasions, beginning with a 10-tackle effort at Maine … had one solo tackle for a loss and a pass deflection against Liberty … recorded six tackles at William & Mary and eight in back-to-back games with Buffalo and Morgan State … made nine tackles and one sack against Delaware State … posted seven stops at Hampton and eight at Florida A&M … made a career-high 12 tackles, including half a tackle for loss, against Bethune-Cookman … collected nine stops, half for lost yardage, in the N.C. Central game. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in all 12 games … second-string inside linebacker and also a regular special teams contributor … made 23 tackles on the season, 19 of them assisted … had a team and season-high 10 tackles (nine assisted) at Rutgers … made three stops against Hampton and Florida A&M … also credited with two quarterback hurries on the year, one each against Hampton and S.C. State … a member of the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring 2014 semester. 2012 (Freshman): Played in the final 10 games of the season… a contributor on special teams and at inside linebacker … was credited with four tackles on the season, one each against Ohio, S.C. State, Savannah State and Morgan State … had half a tackle for loss at Ohio. High School/Prep: A three-year letterwinner at Ocean Lakes … was a first-team All-Beach District and second-team All-Tidewater linebacker as a senior … also named the team’s defensive MVP … made 82 tackles and was a first-team all-district selection as a junior … spent one season at Fork Union Military Academy. Personal: Lamar Latrel Neal was born on Feb. 11, 1993 … son of Charles Flora … majoring in mass communication. NEAL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2012 10 2 2 4 0.5-2 0.0-0 0-0 2013 12 4 19 23 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 12 31 54 85 3.5-3 1.0-1 0-0 Totals 34 37 75 112 4.0-5 1.0-1 0-0 NEAL’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 12 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-6-14) TFL: 1.0 (2x, last vs. Delaware State, 10-11-14) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Delaware State, 10-11-14) PD: 1 (vs. Liberty, 9-6-14)

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JONATHAN OKAFOR RS-SOPHOMORE | LB 6-2 | 215 Woodbridge, Va./Forest Park HS

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2014 (Freshman): Played in one game during his rookie campaign, against Liberty … earned a spot on the MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team … also a member of the NSU AD Honor Roll for the fall semester. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 and spring 2014 semesters. High School: First-team All-Cardinal District after recording 19 sacks as a senior … tallied 26 total tackles for loss … also played tight end for Forest Park … named the team MVP … a four-year letterwinner. Personal: Jonathan O. Okafor was born on May 22, 1995 … son of Jonathan Okafor Sr. and Stella Okafor … majoring in electronics engineering.

DANIEL OLADIMEJI RS-JUNIOR | OL 6-2 | 305 Upper Marlboro, Md./ Riverdale Baptist HS

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2014 (Sophomore): A key member of NSU’s interior offensive line, Oladimeji played in all 12 contests and started five times … started at left guard against Buffalo, Morgan State and S.C. State … also started twice at right guard, against Savannah State and Delaware State … earned a spot on the MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team … also a member of the NSU AD Honor Roll for the fall semester. 2013 (Freshman): Saw action in four games (Maine, Rutgers, Morgan State, N.C. Central) … played as a reserve offensive guard and blocked on special teams units … played 19 snaps at Rutgers … named to the 2013-14 MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2012 semester. High School: A two-way starter as a senior at Riverdale Baptist … tallied four forced fumbles and three sacks on defense … selected to play in the 2011 Crab Bowl, Maryland’s state all-star football game … led the team in pancake blocks as a senior. Personal: Foluso Daniel Oladimeji was born on Feb. 20, 1994 … goes by Daniel … son of Abiodun and Nike Oladimeji … plans to major in computer science.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES LEROY PARKER

WILLIAM PENN

JUNIOR | DB 6-0 | 195 Miami, Fla./N. Miami Beach HS

RS-SENIOR | WR 5-7 | 150 Virginia Beach, Va./Tallwood HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Appeared in 10 games at free safety … also contributed on special teams … finished the season with 29 tackles, 1.5 for loss, with one forced fumble and one pass breakup … made six tackles in the opener at Maine … tallied two tackles and deflected a pass at Buffalo … missed the following two games (Morgan State, Savannah State) due to injury … started in a five-defensive back set against Delaware State and finished the game with three solo tackles, one for a loss … made a career-high 10 tackles, half for a loss, in the win at Hampton … notched five tackles and forced a fumble leading to a turnover vs. N.C. Central. 2013 (Freshman): Made two starts and played in all 12 contests as a true freshman … played on special teams coverage units and at safety in the defensive backfield … started the N.C. Central and S.C. State games at free safety … amassed 19 tackles for the season, seven solos and 12 assists … had a season-high five tackles against both Charleston Southern and N.C. Central … made three tackles and intercepted a pass in the win at Bethune-Cookman … also played outfield for the NSU baseball team. High School: Played four years of baseball and three of football … a third-team All-Dade County football selection by The Miami Herald as a senior … tallied 89 tackles and four interceptions on defense, two of which he returned for touchdowns … also caught 31 passes for 618 and eight touchdowns on offense … averaged 37 yards per kickoff return … a standout baseball player for the Chargers who has batted over .400 all four of his seasons, including a .571 mark as a senior … first-team AllDade in baseball as a senior and named to the second team as a junior … was 14-of-15 in stolen bases as a senior … was a finalist for Miami Herald Class 5A-8A Male Athlete of the Year. Personal: Leroy Edward Parker was born on Sept. 12, 1994 … son of Dudley and Alexis Parker … majoring in business. PARKER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2013 12 7 12 19 0.0-0 0.0-0 1-0 2014 10 13 16 29 1.5-3 0.0-0 0-0 Totals 22 20 28 48 1.5-3 0.0-0 1-0

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2014 (Junior): Played in seven games … caught two passes for a net loss of three yards, both at Maine … also played special teams. 2012-13 (Freshman/Sophomore): Walked onto the team … worked with the scout team, but did not see any game action. High School: Played receiver and cornerback … caught 15 passes, intercepted one pass and has seven pass breakups as a senior, earning honorable mention all-district honors … made three pass breakups as a junior. Personal: William Isaiah Penn was born on Sept. 23, 1993 … son of Mark and Darlene Penn … majoring in exercise science.

ANTONIO PERRYMAN RS-SOPHOMORE | WR 6-2 | 180 Jacksonville, Fla./First Coast HS

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2014 (Freshman): A backup receiver and special teams player … played in four contests - Maine, Liberty, MSU, Hampton - but did not accumulate any statistics … member of the MEAC All-Academic Team … made the NSU AD Honor Roll in both semesters. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted … made AD Honor Roll for fall 2013. High School: Earned two letters in football, two in track and one in basketball … helped football team advance to the 7A state playoffs as a senior … played receiver and cornerback. Personal: Antonio D. Perryman … born Dec. 21, 1994 … son of Antonio and LaMonica Perryman … majoring in building construction technology.

PARKER’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 10 (vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) TFL: 1.0 (vs. Delaware State, 10-11-14) INT: 1 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-9-13) PD: 1 (vs. Buffalo, 9-20-14)

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES MIKE PHILLIPS SENIOR | OL 6-1 | 290 Virginia Beach, Va./ Bayside HS

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2014 (Junior): One of NSU’s most versatile linemen, Phillips started all 12 games for the second straight year ... started nine times at right guard and three at right tackle … started the first five games of the year at right guard … moved to right tackle vs. Savannah State and Delaware State … moved back to right guard for the next four games before ending the season at right tackle against S.C. State … for the second straight year, was on the NSU AD Honor Roll for both semesters and was named to the MEAC All-Academic Team. 2013 (Sophomore): Started all 12 games at center … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 and spring 2014 semesters and named to the 2013-14 MEAC All-Academic Team. 2012 (Freshman): Saw action in 10 games in his rookie season … started five games … made his first career start at left guard in the win over Liberty, helping NSU rush for a season-high 251 yards … started the final four games of the year at right guard … NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters. High School: A four-year letterwinner … first-team All-Tidewater, All-Eastern Region and All-Beach District as a senior … also first-team All-Tidewater and all-district and second-team all-state as a junior, when he helped BHS win district and regional titles en route to a state playoff berth … selected NSU over an appointment from the U.S. Naval Academy. Personal: Michael Anthony Phillips was born Jan. 11, 1994 … son of Michael and Valerie Phillips … majoring in computer information technology.

MIKE PIERSON SENIOR | QB/LS 6-4 | 240 Forestville, Calif./Santa Rosa JC/ El Molino HS

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2014 (Junior): Played in 11 games, appearing in every contest except at Hampton … saw action on special teams and as a reserve tight end … started in a two-tight end set against Bethune-Cookman … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for both semesters … was named the team’s Most Improved Player of spring practice. JC: Spent two years at Santa Rosa … played in nine games at quarterback as a sophomore, completing 122-of-220 passes for 1,620 yards and 14 TDs … helped the team to a berth in the Golden Valley Bowl … appeared in five games at QB as a freshman, completing 38-of-69 passes for 442 yards and three scores. High School: Played baseball and football … was first-team All-Sonoma County League quarterback as a junior and senior … was also an honorable mention all-league performer in baseball as a junior. Personal: Michael J. Pierson was born on Nov. 11, 1992 … son of Joe Pierson and Shannon Dower … majoring in sociology.

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ERIC PITTMAN SOPHOMORE | RB 5-6 | 165 Opa-locka, Fla./Miramar HS

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2014 (Freshman): Appeared in seven games as a true freshman … carried the ball 26 times for 114 yards on the season … saw his first collegiate playing time at Buffalo, carrying three times for 17 yards with a long rush of 15 yards … enjoyed his finest game of the year the following week against Morgan State … led NSU with 16 carries for 81 yards with a long carry of 37 yards in the victory over the Bears … also returned two punts for 16 yards vs. MSU for a total of 97 all-purpose yards … rushed four times for 18 yards the following week at Savannah State … played in four of the final six games of the year but only had three rushing attempts in those games, as he battled nagging injuries down the stretch. High School: A four-year varsity player, playing his first two years at Miami Central High before transferring to Miramar … rushed for 951 yards and five touchdowns as a senior … also returned two punts for scores … was honorable mention all-county as a junior. Personal: Eric Jerome Pittman was born on March 4, 1994 … son of Patrice Brown … majoring in engineering. PITTMAN’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP Att Yds Avg TD Lg Avg/G 2014 7 26 114 4.4 0 37 16.3 Totals 7 26 114 4.4 0 37 16.3 PITTMAN’S CAREER HIGHS Rushes: 16 (vs. Morgan State, 9-27-14) Yards: 81 (vs. Morgan State, 9-27-14) Long Rush: 37 (vs. Morgan State, 9-27-14)

B.J. REID RS-JUNIOR | WR 5-10 | 170 Norfolk, Va./ Atlantic Shores Christian

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2014 (Sophomore): Worked with the scout team … did not play in any games. 2013 (Redshirt): Did not see any game action. 2012 (Freshman): Played in six games … returned five punts and one kickoff … returned one kickoff for 10 yards at North Carolina A&T. High School: Lettered in football and track as a senior at Atlantic Shores … was a second-team all-state selection at punt returner. Personal: Blair Justin Reid was born on March 26, 1994 … son of Joseph and Albert Reid … majoring in mass communication.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES DEANDRE SANGSTER RS-SENIOR | WR 6-2 | 180 Woodbridge, Va./C.D. Hylton HS

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2014 (Junior): Missed the entire season while recuperating from a preseason leg injury. 2013 (Sophomore): Started three times and saw action in 10 games … missed the first Maine and Rutgers game due to injury … got the first start of his career at Delaware State … also started against Hampton and ODU … was second on the team in receiving yards (289) and receiving touchdowns (two) … tied for third on the squad with 18 receptions … registered season and career highs with six catches for 93 yards against Savannah State … those marks were the most by a Spartan receiver in both categories during the 2013 season … caught three passes for 56 yards against Hampton, including a 38-yard play … made three grabs for 65 yards, including a 24-yard TD pass, vs. Old Dominion … caught a 4-yard TD pass at N.C. Central … also made a 38-yard reception for his only catch against S.C. State. 2012 (Freshman): Played in eight games … used as a backup receiver and on special teams … did not play against Liberty, Howard or Delaware State … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2012 semester. 2011 (Redshirt): Redshirted. High School: Caught 35 passes for 720 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior … also returned a kickoff for a TD … first-team All-Cardinal District and News & Messenger all-area pick … second-team All-Northwest Region and honorable mention Washington Post All-Met … also participated on the track team all four years, competing in the long and triple jumps and the 100 meters. Personal: DeAndre Sangster was born on Jan. 20, 1993 … son of Derek and Paulette Sangster … majoring in mass communication. SANGSTER’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP Rec Yds Avg TD 2012 8 0 0 0.0 0 2013 10 18 289 16.1 2 Totals 18 18 289 16.1 2 SANGSTER’S CAREER HIGHS Rec.: 6 (vs. Savannah State, 10-5-13) Yards: 93 (vs. Savannah State, 10-5-13) TD: 1 (2x, last vs. N.C. Central, 11-16-13) Long Rec.: 38 (3x, last vs. S.C. State, 11-23-13)

Lg Avg/G 0 0.0 38 28.9 38 16.1

ALLEN SIMON RS-SENIOR | DB 5-9 | 190 Newport News, Va./Virginia Union/Denbigh HS

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2014 (Junior): Reserve defensive back and special teams player made three tackles in eight games played … assisted on one tackle against both Delaware State and Florida A&M … had one solo tackle against N.C. Central. 2013 (Sophomore): Appeared in six games … was a special teams contributor … made two tackles on the year, one each against Savannah State and Old Dominion … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring 2014 semester. 2012 (Freshman): Sat out the 2012 season as a transfer. At VUU (Redshirt): Did not play during the 2011 season. High School: Played quarterback and defensive back for Denbigh … first-team All-Peninsula District as an “athlete” and second team at quarterback his senior year … threw for almost 3,000 yards in his high school career … also ran track. Personal: Allen Michael Simon was born on April 6, 1993 … son of Dorothy Simon … majoring in criminal justice. SIMON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2013 6 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 8 1 2 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 Totals 14 3 2 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0

PD FF FR-Yds 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0

SIMON’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1 (5x, last vs. N.C. Central, 11-15-14)

ANTHONY SMITH RS-SOPHOMORE | LB 6-0 | 240 Norfolk, Va./Maury HS

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2014 (Freshman): Played in one game during his rookie campaign, seeing snaps against Buffalo … named to the NSU AD Honor Roll for the spring semester. 2013 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring 2014 semester. High School: Lettered three years in football and two in basketball. Personal: Anthony Kelvonte’ Smith was born on July 16, 1994 … son of Jonathan Brinkly and Kimberly Smith … majoring in sociology.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES CONLEY SMITH RS-JUNIOR | FB 5-11 | 250 Chesapeake, Va./Hickory HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Missed the entire season due to a knee injury suffered in the preseason. 2013 (Sophomore/Redshirt): Played in and started the first two games of the year, vs. Maine and Rutgers … had one catch for nine yards vs. Maine … ran once for two yards at Rutgers before suffering a season-ending leg injury early in the first quarter. 2012 (Freshman): Played in all 11 games … ran 10 times for 21 yards and caught five passes for 29 yards … started five times, four at fullback (VSU, B-CU, SSU, MSU) and once at tailback (DSU) … ran four times for 12 yards and caught one pass for nine yards against DSU … ran four times for seven yards and scored three short rushing TDs against Savannah State. High School: Two-way starter and three-year letterwinner … a first-team all-district linebacker as a senior … tallied 87 tackles, four sacks and one interception … ran for eight scores and caught seven TD passes as a fullback … also ran track as a freshman and sophomore. Personal: Conley Dale Smith … born on Oct. 1, 1993 … son of Judy Smith … twin brother, Cameron, also played for NSU from 2012-14 … majoring in health fitness instruction. SMITH’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP Att Yds Avg TD 2012 11 10 21 2.1 3 2013 2 1 2 2.0 0 Totals 13 11 23 2.1 3

Lg Avg/G 5 1.9 2 1.0 5 1.8

SMITH’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP Rec Yds Avg TD 2012 11 5 29 5.8 0 2013 2 1 9 9.0 0 Totals 13 6 38 6.3 0

Lg Avg/G 9 2.6 9 4.5 9 2.9

SMITH’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Rushes: 4 (2x, last vs. Savannah State, 11-3-12) Yards: 12 (vs. Delaware State, 10-6-12) TD: 3 (vs. Savannah State, 11-3-12) Long Rush: 5 (vs. Delaware State, 10-6-12) Receiving Rec.: 2 (vs. Savannah State, 11-3-12) Yards: 11 (vs. Savannah State, 11-3-12) Long Rec.: 9 (2x, last vs. Maine, 8-31-13)

RODNEY SMITH JR. RS-JUNIOR | LB 6-3 | 235 Pembroke Pines, Fla./LouisianaLafayette/Hallandale HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Contributed to NSU’s special teams coverage units and as a reserve outside linebacker/defensive end in his first season as a Spartan … played in all 12 games and amassed nine tackles on the year (three solos, six assisted) … also had one sack and one quarterback hurry during the year … made a season-high three tackles twice, against Savannah State and Florida A&M … credited with half a sack against both FAMU and South Carolina State … member of the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the spring semester. At ULL: Attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in the 2012 and 2013 seasons … redshirted 2012 … was a reserve linebacker as a freshman in 2013 … appeared in one game, assisting on one tackle against Nicholls State. High School: Played in the Broward County All-Star game as a senior at Hallandale High, playing for coach Damon Jones … lettered twice in football, playing both tight end and defensive end … was a standout on the track team, competing in the high jump and triple jump, earning honorable mention all-county honors as a senior … had a season-best 43-7 jump to finish fifth in the state regional as a junior and his jump of 44-0 earned him an 11th place finish in the 2012 state meet. Personal: Rodney Smith Jr. was born on March 3, 1994 … son of Rodney Smith Sr. and Heather Smith … majoring in sociology. SMITH’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS (*INCLUDES ULL) Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 2013* 1 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2014 12 3 6 9 1.0-6 1.0-6 0-0 0 0 0-0 Totals 13 3 7 10 1.0-6 1.0-6 0-0 0 0 0-0 SMITH’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 3 (2x, last vs. FAMU, 11-1-14) TFL: 0.5 (2x, last vs. S.C. State, 11-22-14) Sacks: 0.5 (2x, last vs. S.C. State, 11-22-14)

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES MALIK STOKES RS-SENIOR | QB 6-0 | 195 Philadelphia, Pa./Bowling Green/ Taft School (Conn.)

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2014 (Junior): Saw playing time in four games at the quarterback position … completed 8-of-18 passes for 54 yards with one touchdown and one interception of the season … also had 17 rushing attempts which gained 31 yards (also lost 32 rushing yards for a net of minus-1 yard) … started the season-opener at Maine, completing 4-of-9 passes for 28 yards and running 12 times for eight yards … threw the game-winning touchdown pass in the victory at Florida A&M after coming into the game due to an injury to starter Terrance Ervin in the fourth quarter … completed 3-of-3 passes for 25 yards and an 8-yard TD pass to Isaac White in the fourth quarter of that ballgame … also played against Bethune-Cookman off the bench, completing 1-of-4 passes and attempting three runs. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in seven games, including three starts … one of four quarterbacks to start a game for NSU … passed for 465 yards and two scores and also ran for another TD … had 503 yards of total offense … completed 10-of-29 passes for 104 yards and one TD off the bench against Maine in the season-opener … got his first career start at Rutgers, but did not complete a pass … played one series against Charleston Southern, then did not play in the next five games … came off the bench to spark NSU’s near-upset of ODU, rushing for 38 yards and a score and passing for 87 yards and another TD … got the start the following week against FAMU, but was held to 30 yards passing … was 9-of-13 for 114 yards, all in the fourth quarter, off the bench at NCCU … started the season finale against S.C. State, throwing for 128 yards on 7-of-16 passing … earned a spot on the NSU ADs Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester. At BGSU (Freshman/ Redshirt): Redshirted the 2011 season and did not see any game action in 2012. High School/Prep: Graduated from Northeast HS in 2010 and spent a post-graduate year at the Taft School in Watertown, Conn., in 2010-11 … rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and a two-star recruit by Scout.com as a senior at Northeast … finished his high school career 4,170 career passing yards, a Public League record, and 37 TD passes … passed for 1,379 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior, including a school-record 253-yard performance. Personal: Malik Raheem Stokes was born on May 26, 1992 … son of Ronald and Juanita Stokes … majoring in mass communication. STOKES’ CAREER PASSING STATISTICS Year GP Comp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD 2013 7 36-95-4 37.9 465 2 2014 4 8-18-1 44.4 54 1 Totals 11 44-113-5 38.9 519 3 STOKES’ CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP Att Yds Avg TD 2013 7 49 38 0.8 1 2014 4 17 -1 -0.1 0 Totals 11 56 37 0.7 1

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Lg Avg/G 38 66.4 16 13.5 38 47.2

Lg Avg/G 12 5.4 8 -0.2 12 3.4

STOKES’ CAREER HIGHS Passing Att.: 29 (vs. Maine, 8-31-13) Comp.: 10 (vs. Maine, 8-31-13) Yards: 128 (vs. S.C. State, 11-23-13) TD: 1 (3x, last vs. FAMU, 11-1-14) INT: 2 (vs. FAMU, 11-2-13) Long Pass: 38 (vs. S.C. State, 11-23-13) Rushing Rushes: 14 (vs. S.C. State, 11-23-13) Yards: 38 (vs. ODU, 10-26-13) TD: 1 (vs. ODU, 10-26-13) Long Rush: 12 (vs. ODU, 10-26-13)

MARKICE STREET SOPHOMORE | WR 5-10 | 175 Petersburg, Va./Petersburg HS

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2014 (Freshman): Made an early impact at wideout as a true freshman, starting five times and playing in all 12 games … finished the year fourth on the team with 15 receptions and third with 236 receiving yards … caught a pass in seven different games and had exactly three catches in four of those … caught a 9-yard pass for his first collegiate reception in the loss to Liberty … made three grabs for 46 yards with a long reception of 30 yards against William & Mary … also had three catches for 18 yards in the win over Morgan State … made a 24-yard reception in the win at Savannah State … hauled in three more passes for 58 yards at Hampton … notched a season-high 66 receiving yards on three receptions against N.C. Central … had a long reception of 30 yards in the NCCU game … also caught a 15-yard pass at S.C. State. High School: First-team All-3A East Region and second-team All-State 3A selection at cornerback as a senior … also played running back for the Crimson Wave … scored 13 total touchdowns as a senior, six rushing, five receiving and two on interceptions … tallied over 400 yards rushing, over 200 receiving and made 33 tackles on defense … selected to play in the inaugural Big River Rivalry all-star game featuring players from Central Virginia … ran for nearly 700 yards as a junior and scored seven times (five rushing, two receiving) … also ran track for Petersburg. Personal: Markice D. Street was born Jan. 20, 1995 … son of Michael Street and Lawanda Stith … majoring in physical education. STREET’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP Rec Yds Avg TD Lg Avg/G 2014 12 15 236 15.7 0 30 19.7 Totals 12 15 236 15.7 0 30 19.7 STREET’S CAREER HIGHS Rec.: 3 (4x, last vs. N.C. Central, 11-15-14) Rec. Yards: 66 (vs. N.C. Central, 11-15-14) Long Rec.: 30 (2x, last vs. N.C. Central, 11-15-14)

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES OMARI-ALI TIMMONS

RYAN WADE

RS-SENIOR | QB 6-1 | 190 Baltimore, Md./Albright College (Pa.)/Parkville Senior HS

JUNIOR | FB 6-0 | 270 Rocky Mount, Va./ Franklin County HS

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2014 (Junior): Played in two games as a reserve quarterback … ran 13 times for 24 yards in his two appearances … was 0-for-3 passing on the season, all coming in the opener at Maine … ran seven times for 22 yards vs. Maine … also ran six times for a net of two yards at S.C. State. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in six games and started twice (vs. Charleston Southern and ODU) … completed 26-of-48 passes for 291 yards with one touchdown … got his first career start vs. CSU, completing 10-of-17 passes for 95 yards and one TD … did not play the next three games … sparked the team off the bench against Hampton, passing for a season-high 150 yards and running for TDs covering 16 and 11 yards … got the start the next week against ODU, but was knocked out of the game in the first quarter … played sparingly vs. FAMU and S.C. State … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester and named to the 2013-14 MEAC All-Academic Team. 2012 (Redshirt): Worked with the scout team while sitting out as a transfer. At Albright (Freshman): Returned six kickoffs for 136 yards (22.7 average) with a long of 38 yards as a freshman in 2011. High School: Lettered in both football and track … guided the football team to a 6-4 record his senior season … participated in the hurdles and relays for the Parkville track team. Personal: Omari-Ali Timmons was born on Oct. 20, 1992 … son of Ton and Stephanie Timmons … majoring in marketing. TIMMONS’ CAREER PASSING STATISTICS Year GP Comp-Att-Int Pct Yds 2013 6 26-48-3 54.2 291 2014 2 0-3-0 0.0 0 Totals 8 26-51-3 51.0 291

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TIMMONS’ CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP Att Yds Avg TD 2013 6 20 10 0.5 2 2014 2 13 24 1.8 0 Totals 8 33 34 1.0 2 TIMMONS’ CAREER HIGHS Passing Att.: 21 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13) Comp.: 11 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13) Yards: 150 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13) TD: 1 (vs. Charleston Southern, 9-21-13) INT: 3 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13 Long Pass: 38 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13) Rushing Rushes: 11 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13) Yards: 29 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13) TD: 2 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13 Long Rush: 23 (vs. Hampton, 10-19-13)

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Lg Avg/G 38 48.5 0 0.0 38 36.4

Lg Avg/G 23 1.7 10 12.0 23 4.3

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2014 (Sophomore): Saw action in 10 games at fullback … started three times, against Maine, Buffalo and Morgan State … a key blocker for NSU’s offense, Wade ran two times for negative-3 yards on the year, with both attempts coming against N.C. Central. 2013 (Freshman): Played in 11 games (all but Maine) … got three starts on the year, vs. Charleston Southern, Savannah State and Bethune-Cookman … primarily a blocking fullback, Wade rushed eight times for 26 yards on the year and caught five passes for 38 yards and a touchdown … scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 1-yard reception on 4th-and-goal against CSU … caught three passes for 29 yards at Bethune-Cookman, with a long of 16 yards … had a season-high three carries for 11 yards against S.C. State … season-long rush was a 10-yarder vs. FAMU … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester. High School: Three-year letterwinner in football and basketball and lettered all four years in track … played both fullback and tight end for Franklin County … also threw the shot put and discus for the FCHS track team … was Northwest Region outdoor discus champion and placed fifth at the region meet in the shot put as a senior … was a state Group AAA indoor meet qualifier in the shot put. Personal: Ryan Mykl Wade was born on Feb. 15, 1995 … son of Buford and Elizabeth Wade … majoring in kinesiotherapy. WADE’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP Att. Yds Avg TD 2013 11 8 26 3.2 0 2014 10 0 0 0.0 0 Totals 21 8 26 3.2 0

Lg Avg/G 10 2.4 0 0.0 10 1.3

WADE’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP Rec. Yds Avg TD 2013 11 5 38 7.6 1 2014 10 2 -3 -1.5 0 Totals 21 7 35 5.0 1

Lg Avg/G 16 3.5 9 -0.3 16 1.7

WADE’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Rushes: 3 (vs. S.C. State, 11-23-13) Yards: 11 (vs. S.C. State, 11-23-13) Long Rush: 10 (vs. FAMU, 11-2-13) Receiving Rec.: 3 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-9-13 Rec. Yards: 29 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-9-13) TD: 1 (vs. Charleston Southern, 9-21-13) Long Rec.: 16 (vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11-9-13)

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES BRANDON WALKER

DARCELL WHITAKER

JUNIOR | DB 6-2 | 200 Chester, Va./L.C. Bird HS

RS-JUNIOR | OL 6-4 | 295 Petersburg, Va./Petersburg HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Emerged as a key playmaker in NSU’s secondary … played in all 12 games and started 10 times at strong safety, including the last nine games of the season … finished seventh on the team and second among NSU’s defensive backs in tackles, with 43 … also contributed 3.5 tackles for loss, one sack and eight pass deflections … notched two tackles in each of the first three games … made seven stops, including one for a loss, and deflected a pass against Buffalo … deflected a career-high three passes and made three tackles the following week in the win against Morgan State … credited with four tackles and two pass breakups in the win at Hampton … had his best game of the season at Florida A&M, where he recorded a career-high nine tackles (seven solo) and two tackles for loss … had one sack against FAMU, a fourth-down stop in NSU territory to force a turnover on downs in NSU’s two-point win … made four tackles against Bethune-Cookman … broke up two passes and had two tackles against N.C. Central … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall semester … also a member of the MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Team. 2013 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games as a rookie … made one start at safety, vs. Old Dominion … also played extensively on NSU’s special teams coverage units … registered 25 total tackles on the year, 19 of them solo … had one interception and two pass deflections during the year … made a season-high five tackles (four solo) at Rutgers … recorded four tackles in his start vs. ODU … made his first career INT at N.C. Central … prevented a would-be touchdown later in that game with a pass breakup in the end zone … also had one pass deflection against S.C. State … earned a spot on the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester. High School: Two-year letterwinner at L.C. Bird … first-team All-Dominion District pick as a senior … also named to the district all-academic team … named to the Richmond Times Dispatch All-Metro and All-Central Region second teams … teamed with fellow NSU signee Jay Anderson to help L.C. Bird win the state Division 6 championship … had the game-clinching tackle on a fourth-and-1 play in the title game … named the defensive player of the game in the state title game … tallied 92 total tackles, 16 tackles for loss, 12.5 sacks, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, six interceptions and 10 pass deflections … was second-team all-district at safety as a junior. Personal: Brandon L. Walker was born on Dec. 27, 1994 … son of Rose Belle … majoring in business. WALKER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2013 12 19 6 25 0.0-0 0.0-0 1-0 2014 12 23 20 43 3.5-21 1.0-14 0-0 Totals 24 42 26 68 3.5-21 1.0-14 1-0 WALKER’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9 (vs. FAMU, 11-1-14) TFL: 2.0 (vs. FAMU, 11-1-14) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. FAMU, 11-1-14) INT: 1 (vs. N.C. Central, 11-16-13) PD: 3 (vs. Morgan State, 9-27-14)

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2014 (Sophomore): Played in eight games along the NSU offensive line … started the first five games of the season at right tackle … worked the first unit at right tackle during spring practice. 2013 (Freshman): Saw time in two games off the bench, vs. Maine and Rutgers, at the tackle position … played nine snaps against Rutgers at right tackle. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: Two-year starter for the Crimson Wave … two-star prospect according to Rivals.com … did not allow a sack during his senior season … selected the offensive lineman MVP of the National Underclassmen Combine in Richmond last spring … high school teammate of former Spartan Keith Johnson. Personal: Darcell Lanier Whitaker was born on July 13, 1994 … son of Roy Whitaker and Anne Davis … majoring in history.

ANTWAN WHITE SOPHOMORE | LB 6-0 | 210 Chesapeake, Va./Great Bridge HS

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2014 (Freshman): Saw action in 11 of NSU’s 12 games … played in every contest except the season-opener at Maine … a regular on NSU’s special teams units and also a reserve inside linebacker … made one tackle on the year, an assisted stop against Delaware State. High School: First-team All-Conference 10 selection and conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, when he led the Wildcats in tackles for loss … also intercepted two passes … named to the All-Tidewater second team by the Virginian-Pilot and to the all-region second team … led the team with 92 tackles as a junior … also played two years of basketball, helping Great Bridge to the district and regional championship his junior season. Personal: Antwan Alfonso White was born on June 13, 1996 … son of Antonio and Evelyna White … majoring in physical education/ exercise science. WHITE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 2014 11 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 Totals 11 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 WHITE’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9 (vs. FAMU, 11-1-14)

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE RETURNER TEXT PROFILES ISAAC WHITE SENIOR | WR 6-3 | 185 Portsmouth, Va./Norcom HS

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2014 (Junior): Emerged as NSU’s top receiving target … started all 12 games and earned All-MEAC second-team honors … also named the team’s Offensive MVP … led NSU with 48 catches for 664 yards and seven touchdowns … led the Spartans in scoring … paced all MEAC receivers in total receiving yards and TD catches and ranked 37th nationally in the latter … ranked second in the MEAC in receiving yards per game (55.3) and eight in receptions per game (4.0) … made at least one catch in 11 of the 12 games … had eight grabs for 89 yards at William & Mary … caught his first career TD pass the following week on a 68-yard reception at Buffalo … that was the longest offensive play of the season for the Spartans, and was part of a two-catch, 79-yard day against the FBS Bulls … caught three passes for 84 yards in the win at Savannah State … hauled in a 21-yard TD reception and also had a 57-yard gain in that contest … enjoyed a career day in the win at Hampton, registering career highs with 10 receptions for 150 yards and two TD catches … caught a 12-yard TD pass in the second quarter, and what proved to be the clinching 30-yard TD reception late in the fourth … earned MEAC Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors for that performance … did not catch a pass against Bethune-Cookman … made two grabs for 76 yards, including a 53-yard TD catch, against N.C. Central … ended the season with a seven-reception, 78-yard day at S.C. State, which included a 15yard TD catch. 2013 (Sophomore): Competed in 11 of the team’s 12 games … missed only the ODU contest … started twice, against Savannah State and Bethune-Cookman … made four catches for 55 yards on the year … had one catch for 14 yards at Rutgers … hauled in a 10-yard reception against Charleston Southern … caught two passes for 31 yards in the win at Bethune-Cookman … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester. 2012 (Freshman): Saw action in all 11 games, including two starts (S.C. State, N.C. A&T) … also played special teams … made three catches for 27 yards on the year … made his first career reception at Hampton, gaining six yards … made two grabs for 21 yards with a long of 15 yards at N.C. A&T. High School: Two-star recruit according to Rivals.com … lettered four years in football and basketball and two in track … caught five TD passes as a senior, helping Norcom advance to the Eastern Region finals … helped Norcom win state Group AAA basketball titles as a sophomore and junior. Personal: Isaac Taylor White was born on Dec. 2, 1992 … son of Matthew and LaCretia White, an NSU alumna … academic major is sociology. WHITE’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP Rec Yds Avg TD 2012 11 3 27 9.0 0 2013 11 4 55 13.8 0 2014 12 48 664 13.8 7 Totals 34 55 746 13.6 7

Lg Avg/G 15 2.5 16 5.0 68 55.3 68 21.9

D’METRIUS WILLIAMS SENIOR | DB 6-0 | 200 Virginia Beach, Va./UMass/ Salem HS

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2014 (Junior): Played in each of NSU’s 12 games at cornerback … started once, against William & Mary … made 22 tackles on the year, including 11 solo stops … had one tackle for loss, one interception, one fumble recovery and five pass deflections … recovered a fumble on special teams and also made two tackles in his first game as a Spartan, the season-opener at Maine … had three solo tackles and an interception at William & Mary … made two solo tackles in the win over Morgan State … deflected a season-high three passes in the win at Savannah State … recorded three tackles, one for a loss, and one pass breakup at Hampton … also had a pass deflection and a pair of tackles at Florida A&M … contributed three tackles against Bethune-Cookman and a season-high four in the finale at S.C. State. At UMass: Played in 23 games over his two seasons at Massachusetts and started three times … amassed 49 tackles, two tackles for loss and eight pass breakups over his two years at UMass … as a freshman in 2012, Williams started one time and played in 11 contests, leading the Minutemen with six pass breakups … finished the season with 17 tackles, one for a loss, and one forced fumble … had a career-high seven tackles and three pass deflections against Bowling Green … also deflected three passes against Buffalo … as a sophomore in 2013, Williams made 29 tackles, one for a loss, and two pass breakups … tallied five tackles at nationally-ranked Wisconsin. High School: A three-year starter and four-year varsity player at Salem … first-team All-Beach District and second-team All-Tidewater selection as a senior … made 45 tackles and three interceptions while helping the Sun Devils win the district title … was a second-team all-district pick as a junior, when he recorded 50 tackles and two interceptions … intercepted three passes as a sophomore. Personal: D’Metrius Donnell Williams was born June 21, 1994 … son of Donald and Charlene Williams … majoring in mass communication. WILLIAMS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS (*INCLUDES UMASS) Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 2012* 11 8 9 17 1.0-2 0.0-0 0-0 6 1 0-0 2013* 12 13 16 29 1.0-1 0.0-0 0-0 2 0 0-0 2014 12 12 10 22 1.0-3 0.0-0 1-0 5 0 1-0 Totals 35 33 35 68 3.0-6 0.0-0 1-0 13 1 1-0 WILLIAMS’ CAREER HIGHS (* - AT UMASS) Tackles: 7* (vs. Bowling Green, 10-20-12) TFL: 1.0 (3x, last vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) INT: 1 (vs. William & Mary, 9-13-14) PD: 3 (2x, last vs. Savannah State, 10-4-14) FF: 1* (vs. Northern Illinois, 11-3-12) FR: 1 (vs. Maine, 8-30-14)

WHITE’S CAREER HIGHS Rec.: 10 (vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) Yards: 150 (vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) TD: 2 (vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) Long Rec.: 68 (vs. Buffalo, 9-20-14)

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2015 Norfolk State University Football RETURNER PROFILES KEVIN WILLIAMS SENIOR | DL 6-4 | 315 Bradenton, Fla./Southeast HS

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2014 (Junior): Played in all 12 games and started twice, against Delaware State and North Carolina Central (both at nose guard) … also played at defensive tackle … finished the season with 19 tackles, 2.5 for lost yardage, with one sack … also forced one fumble, deflected a pair of passes and blocked a field goal … made two tackles, half for a loss, in the opener at Maine … contributed four tackles (three solo) in the loss to Delaware State … had a career game at Hampton, notching six tackles, one sack, one pass breakup and one forced fumble … also blocked a 34-yard field goal attempt … half of his tackles, including the sack, blocked field goal and pass deflection, all came in the fourth quarter of that win … had two tackles against N.C. Central … made one solo tackle for loss at South Carolina State. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in six games … started three times, vs. MSU, SSU and DSU … amassed 12 total tackles on the year and a pair of pass deflections … had a season-high four tackles at Rutgers … made three stops at Morgan State … deflected two passes in the win over Savannah State … missed the last six games due to an MCL injury. 2012 (Freshman): Played in 10 of the 11 games … missed only the Liberty game … made four tackles for the year, including half a tackle for loss … assisted on a tackle for loss at Ohio … had a season-best two tackles at Bethune-Cookman … named to the NSU Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall 2012 semester. High School: Played four years of football, three of basketball and also lettered one year on the track team … four-year starter in football … helped his team win three district titles … named the school’s Male Athlete of the Year as a senior, when he was selected the track team MVP and Lineman of the Year in football … selected to play in the PAL Bowl all-star game … placed eighth in the discus and 11th in the shot put at the Florida 2A track meet … was District 10 champion in the shot put. Personal: Kevin Lee Williams Jr. was born on Feb. 11, 1994 … son of Kevin Williams Sr. and Shakina Campbell … grandmother is Sylvia Campbell … majoring in accounting. WILLIAMS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sck-Yds Int-Yds 2012 10 1 3 4 0.5-1 0.0-0 0-0 2013 6 5 7 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2014 12 7 12 19 2.5-8 1.0-5 0-0 Totals 28 13 22 35 3.0-9 1.0-5 0-0

MICHAEL WITCHER RS-JUNIOR | DL 6-1 | 305 Richmond, Va./Hermitage HS

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2014 (Sophomore): Played in a pair of games as a backup defensive lineman … saw time against Liberty and Buffalo … did not accumulate any statistics. 2013 (Freshman): Did not play due to a knee injury … earned a spot on the NSU AD’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester and named to the 2013-14 MEAC All-Academic Team. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: First-team All-Colonial District, All-Central Region and All-Metro selection as a senior … posted 85 tackles, six tackles for loss, four sacks and a forced fumble. Personal: Michael Witcher was born on Oct. 14, 1993 … son of Shanna Witcher … majoring in kinesiotherapy.

ANTHONY ZAMORA RS-SENIOR | DL 6-0 | 275 Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams HS

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2014 (Junior): Did not play in any games in his first year on the active roster … worked with the scout team. At NSU: Enrolled in the fall of 2011 … walked onto the team. High School: Lettered three years in football and one each in wrestling, track and rugby … was second-team all-district at offensive guard as a senior … placed eighth in the Nova Wrestling Classic in the heavyweight division. Personal: Anthony Michael Zamora was born on Sept. 17, 1992 … son of Elida Zamora … majoring in exercise science.

PD FF FR-Yds 0 0 0-0 2 0 0-0 2 1 0-0 4 1 0-0

WILLIAMS’ CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 6 (vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) TFL: 1.0 (2x, last vs. S.C. State, 11-22-14) Sacks: 1.0 (vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) FF: 1 (vs. Hampton, 10-18-14) PD: 2 (vs. Savannah State, 10-5-13)

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE NEWCOMERTEXT PROFILES #84 CHUMA AWANNA

#92 JAMES CHAPMAN

#40 NIGEL CHAVIS

High School/Prep: Spent one post-graduate year at Fork Union … Second-team all-district selection as a junior and senior at Deep Creek … Caught 48 passes for 928 yards and nine TDs in his last two years … Named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior … Named to the All-757 Team as a junior. Personal: Chukwuma A. Awanna was born on Jan. 16, 1996 … goes by Chuma … Son of Chuck and Nanette Awanna … Plans to major in computer science.

High School: Played four years of football and participated one year on the track and field team at Wilson … Averaged 12 tackles a game as a senior, but missed some time due to injury … Earned honorable mention All-Conference 17 honors at both linebacker and tight end … Was a second-team all-conference linebacker as a junior, when he averaged 10 tackles per game … Was an honor roll student all four years. Personal: James A. Chapman was born on March 7, 1997 … Son of James and Sonya Chapman … Majoring in computer science.

High School: Second-team All-Metro as a senior … Was a first-team All-Conference 26 pick at both running back and defensive end … tallied 66 tackles, 13 sacks and five forced fumbles on defense … Also ran for 808 yards and 10 touchdowns at running back … Coached by Kedrick Moody. Personal: Nigel A. Chavis was born on Jan. 10, 1997 … Son of Patricia Chavis … Undecided on a major.

WR | 6-3 | 185 | Freshman Chesapeake, Va./Fork Union Military Acad./ Deep Creek HS

#90 WALTER BRANTLEY IV

DL | 6-2 | 340 | Freshman Hampton, Va./Fork Union Military Academy/ Phoebus HS High School/Prep: Spent a post-graduate year playing for the FUMA prep football team … Rated a three-star recruit by 247 Sports and a twostar recruit by Scout.com coming out of Phoebus … Was voted a first-team All-4A South Region offensive lineman and second-team defensive lineman as a senior in 2013 … Earned first-team all-conference honors on both sides of the ball that year … Helped Phoebus win state football championships his freshman and sophomore seasons … Played at FUMA for coach John Shuman and at Phoebus for Jeremy Blunt. Personal: Walter Brantley IV was born on Aug. 11, 1996 … son of Walter Brantley III and Nichole Brantley … Plans to major in sociology.

#91 JAMES BYERS

LB | 6-3 | 220 | RS-Freshman Petersburg, Va./Petersburg HS 2014 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season. High School: Lettered two years in football and one in basketball at Petersburg … Earned all-district honors as a senior and was honorable mention as a junior … Helped the PHS basketball team win the regional title and finish as state runner-up his sophomore year. Personal: James A. Byers was born on Dec. 19, 1995 … Son of James and Darlise Byers … Majoring in business management.

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LB | 6-1 | 225 | Freshman Portsmouth, Va./Wilson HS

#10 SANDY CHAPMAN

DB | 5-10 | 180 | Junior Raleigh, N.C./ODU/Southeast Raleigh HS At ODU (Freshman/Sophomore): Played in 20 games with four starts in two seasons as a cornerback at ODU … made 55 tackles, three for loss, with five pass breakups and one interception in his ODU career … As a sophomore in 2014, Chapman played in nine games and amassed 25 tackles and one pass breakup … as a freshman in 2013, Chapman played in 11 games and started the final three … Finished the year with 30 tackles, three for loss, and was second on the team with four pass breakups … Recorded a career-best seven tackles in the victory versus Campbell and intercepted a pass against Idaho. High School: Rated a two-star recruit by ESPN.com and 247 Sports … Earned Greater Neuse Special Teams Player of the Year, as well as Greater Neuse All-Conference as a senior … Recorded 50 catches for 550 yards and nine touchdowns … Also had 770 punt return yards … Notched 68 tackles and eight interceptions on defense. Personal: Sandy Chapman was born on Sept. 10, 1994 … Son of Sandy Chapman III and Keisha Chapman … Majoring in psychology.

LB | 6-2 | 210 | Freshman Richmond, Va./Armstrong HS

#22 QUINTREIL CHUNG

RB | 6-1 | 205 | Freshman Midlothian, Va./James River HS High School: First-team All-Conference 3 as a running back and utility player his senior season … Also a second-team All-Metro selection … Started the year at running back before taking over at quarterback late in the year … Tallied 1,431 yards of total offense and 21 touchdowns … Ran for 1,200 yards and 17 TDs as a junior, earning second-team all-conference and honorable mention All-Metro honors … Also an all-conference and all-region basketball player who averaged 20 points per game as a senior … Coached by George DeFrancesco. Personal: Quintreil T. Chung was born on Sept. 27, 1997 … Son of Brian Payne and Tanya Chung … Plans to major in in political science.

#25 D.J. COOK

DB | 6-1 | 190 | Freshman Richmond, Va./John Marshall HS High School: Received first-team All-Conference 26 accolades at both receiver and defensive back … Earned honorable mention All-3A East Region honors as a wideout after catching 30 passes for 875 yards … Also intercepted four passes and made 40 tackles on defense … Made 12 career interceptions and started all four years … Played for coach Damion Thompson. Personal: Darryl Lee Cook Jr. was born on Jan. 23, 1996 … Son of Darryl L. Cook Sr. and Ricke Cook … Plans to major in business finance.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football NEWCOMER PROFILES #2 QUINTA FUNDERBURK

#30 AHMEK HENRY

At SU (2012-14): Lettered two years (2013-14) … Sat out the 2012-13 year due to NCAA transfer rules … Played in four games as a sophomore in 2013, catching three passes for 50 yards … Made two catches for 22 yards against Northwestern, and one catch for 28 yards against Boston College … Played in eight games in 2014, but did not accumulate any statistics. At Arkansas (2011): Enrolled at Arkansas in the spring of 2011, but did not play in any games during the 2011 season. High School: Rated as the No. 35 wide receiver prospect in the nation by Scout.com and 48th by Rivals.com … Ranked as the sixth-best prospect in Virginia by VirginiaPreps.com and the No. 9 recruit in the state by Rivals.com … Made 65 catches for 1,464 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior in 2010, earning Southeastern District Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-Tidewater and all-state honors … Helped Oscar Smith win the 2008 VHSL Group 6A state title … Made 62 catches for 1,150 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2009 … Coached by Richard Morgan. Personal: Quinta Funderburk was born Sept. 30, 1992 … Son of Gary Copeland and Karen Moore ... Earned his bachelor’s degree in child and family studies from Syracuse … Graduate major at NSU is early childhood education..

High School: A three-year letterwinner … Earned all-conference honors and named team’s Defensive MVP as a senior, when he logged 98 tackles, seven sacks and three interceptions … Was an honorable mention all-conference selection as a junior, when he made 91 tackles … won the team’s Courage Award his sophomore season. Personal: Ahmek Markeem Henry was born on Aug. 27, 1995 … Son of Solo Henry and Shameka Wilson-Labo … Plans to major in mass communications … had an uncle, Clayton Holmes, who played for the Dallas Cowboys … Has a cousin, Dominique Henry, who played at South Carolina State.

WR | 6-3 | 200 | Graduate Student Chesapeake, Va./Syracuse/Oscar Smith HS

#7 GREG HANKERSON JR.

QB | 6-0 | 190 | Junior Lauderdale Lakes, Fla./Florida Atlantic/ Boyd Anderson HS At FAU (Freshman/Sophomore): Played in 16 games over his two years at FAU … Passed for a total of 647 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for 75 more yards … Started twice in his career, passing for 272 yards against Rice as a freshman and throwing for 88 yards against No. 2 Alabama as a sophomore … Ended his freshman season with 566 yards of total offense (484 passing, 82 rushing) … Completed 23-of-48 passes for 163 yards and one TD in eight games as a sophomore in 2014. High School: Played for Wayne Blair at Boyd Anderson High School … Led his team to a 10-3 record as a senior, when he led all Broward County quarterbacks with 2,555 yards and 26 touchdowns … Earned first-team All-Broward County 8A-6A and second-team all-state honors as a senior, when he helped Boyd Anderson reach the third round of the state 7A playoffs … As a junior, threw for 1,962 yards and 19 scores … Also played basketball at Boyd Anderson. Personal: Greg Hankerson Jr. was born on March 24, 1995 … Son of Greg Hankerson Sr. and Ricshonda Hankerson … Majoring in business.

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DB | 6-0 | 175 | Freshman Charlotte, N.C./East Mecklenburg HS

#34 KINAN HUMPHREY

WR | 5-9 | 185 | Freshman Miami, Fla./Langston Hughes HS High School: A three-year letterwinner at Langston Hughes in McDonough, Ga. … Missed his senior season due to injury … Passed for 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior, earning all-region honors while leading Langston Hughes to the region championship … Passed for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns as a sophomore. Personal: Kinan Lajuone Humphrey was born on Aug. 8, 1997 … Son of Kinan Humphrey Sr. and Katrina King … Plans to major in mechanical engineering.

#3 GERARD JOHNSON RB | 5-9 | 200 | Junior Richmond, Va./Old Dominion/ Meadowbrook HS

At ODU (Freshman/Sophomore): In two years at ODU, Johnson rushed for 865 yards and six touchdowns and amassed 1,135 all-purpose yards … Was ODU’s No. 2 rusher as a sophomore in 2014, running for 493 yards and one touchdown on 100 carries … Also caught 24 passes for 149 yards … Ran for a season-high 137 yards and a TD in the season-opening win over Hampton his sophomore year … Also ran for 85 yards against Eastern Michigan, 76 against Marshall and 60 at N.C. State … Ran for 372 yards as a freshman, earning Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) University Division Rookie of the Year accolades … Had his first career 100-yard game as a collegian as a freshman against NSU, running 17 times for 101 yards … Also ran for a career-high 143 yards at UNC to cap his freshman year. High School: A four-year letterwinner in football, Johnson was rated a two-star recruit by ESPN. com coming out of Meadowbrook … Played

quarterback for Meadowbrook, where he passed for 1,592 yards and 27 touchdowns and ran for another 1,204 yards as a senior … Was a two-time first-team All-Metro pick and was Central District Offensive Player of the Year as a senior … Also earned third-team all-state recognition as a senior … Was also an academic all-district and all-region selection … Also played baseball, basketball and ran track for MHS … Coached by Troy Taylor. Personal: Gerard Curtis Johnson was born on Jan. 4, 1995 … Son of Curtis Johnson and Linda Jones-Johnson … Majoring in mass communication.

#60 WES JONES

OL | 6-1 | 280 | Freshman Wilmington, Del./Fork Union Military Acad./ A.I. duPont HS High School/Prep: Spent one season as a prep player at Fork Union … A two-time second-team all-state selection as a junior and senior at A.I. du Pont … Twice was named to the all-conference first team … was third-team all-state as a defensive lineman his senior year. Personal: Wesley Darian Jones was born on Dec. 15, 1995 … Son of William and Wilma Jones … Undecided on a major … Older brother, C.J., was a defensive back at Boston College and Delaware.

#28 EDWIN LEE

DB | 6-1 | 180 | Freshman Brooklyn, N.Y./Grand Street Campus HS High School: Was a first-team all-conference and second-team All-New York City selection as a senior, when he recorded 52 tackles, five interceptions and four forced fumbles … Also scored two touchdowns and saw playing time at quarterback and receiver in addition to defensive back … Played parts of four seasons at the varsity level. Personal: Edwin Lee II was born on May 25, 1997 … Son of Edwin Lee Sr. and Takiyah Jenkins … Plans to major in kinesiology.

#45 JEFF LEE

TE | 6-3 | 230 | Freshman North Chesterfield, Va./Meadowbrook HS High School: A two-time second-team All-Conference 12 selection as a junior and senior … Tallied 50 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss, and five sacks as a senior … Also recovered two fumbles and forced another … Played for coach Troy Taylor … A two-sport athlete who also played basketball for Meadowbrook … Helped the MHS basketball team win a conference championship his junior season. Personal: Jeffrey A. Lee Jr. was born on April 21, 1997 … Son of Jeffrey Lee Sr. and Zelma Lee … Plans to major in business administration.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE NEWCOMERTEXT PROFILES #39 BO LOMAX

K/P | 5-11 | 195 | Freshman Hampton, Va./Hampton HS High School: First-team All-PenSouth Conference kicker and punter as a senior at Hampton … Was 3-for-4 on field goal tries as a senior, including a game-winning 35-yarder on the final play of a victory over Kecoughtan … Tallied 50 points during his final year at HHS … Was also a soccer standout for the Crabbers … Earned second-team all-conference honors as a goalkeeper his junior and senior seasons … Made 106 saves in goal as a senior … Also swam for four years and was on the golf team for two at Hampton. Personal: Robert E. Lomax IV was born on Nov. 8, 1996 … Goes by Bo … Son of Chip and Dawn Lomax … Plans to major in business marketing.

#71 JAKE O’SULLIVAN

OL | 6-4 | 280 | Freshman Chesapeake, Va./Hickory HS High School: Earned first-team All-PenSouth Conference accolades as both a junior and senior … Named to the All-757 third team as a senior and honorable mention as a junior … Lettered three years on the varsity squad at Hickory … Played for coach Jupiter Wilson. Personal: Jacob Patrick O’Sullivan was born on May 17, 1997 … Son of Jim and Kelly Sullivan … Both of his parents work in law enforcement, with his father serving as Sheriff for the city of Chesapeake … Undecided on a major.

#46 RAYNARD REVELS

LB | 6-1 | 230 | Junior Richmond, Va./Lackawanna College (Pa.)/ Hermitage HS JC: Played two years at Lackawanna College in Scranton, Pa. … Registered seven sacks as a sophomore and eight as a freshman, when he earned second-team all-conference honors … Played for coach Mark Duda. High School: Was first-team all-district, All-Metro and all-state as a senior at Hermitage, when he amassed 90 tackles, 17 for loss and 11 sacks … Graduated as Hermitage’s all-time leader in sacks, with 33 in his career … Second-team all-district as a junior … Coached by Patrick Kane. Personal: Raynard Oswald Revels II was born on Aug. 16, 1993 … Son of Raynard Revels II, who played quarterback at NSU in the 1980s … His father led NSU in passing each year from 1980-82 … Undecided on a major.

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#65 CRAIG RODWELL

#57 CORNELIUS TYLER

High School: Spent the fall of 2014 at Fork Union … A three-year letterwinner at Varina … Earned second-team All-Metro and first-team all-conference honors at offensive lineman as a senior … Also earned second-team All-Capital District recognition as a sophomore … Coached at FUMA by John Shuman and at Varina by Stu Brown. Personal: Craig Rodwell Jr. was born on June 26, 1996 … Son of Craig Rodwell Sr. and Dana Rodwell … Plans to major in mass communication.

High School: Spent the fall of 2014 at FUMA … Lettered four years in football, one in basketball and one in wrestling at Meadowbrook … Was a first-team All-Conference 12 offensive lineman as a senior … A four-year starter, Tyler was also a second-team All-5A South Region and All-Metro selection as a senior … Coached at FUMA by John Shuman and at Meadowbrook by Troy Taylor. Personal: Cornelius Alfred Tyler was born on Nov. 4, 1995 … Son of Cornelius and Dawn Tyler … Plans to major in kinesiotherapy.

OL | 6-4 | 270 | Freshman Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Acad./ Varina HS

#38 THOMAS STINGER

DB | 6-1 | 165 | RS-Sophomore Leesburg, Va./Loudoun County HS At NSU: Enrolled in 2013 … Joined the team as a walk-on, but is entering his first year on the active roster. High School: Lettered two years in both basketball and football … Served as team captain in both sports during both seasons … Led Loudoun County to the regional championship football game as a junior and senior. Personal: Thomas Quan Stinger was born on Dec. 15, 1994 … Son of Mary Stinger … Majoring in physical education.

#12 MARCUS TAYLOR

WR | 5-8 | 165 | Freshman Highland Springs, Va./Highland Springs HS High School: Lettered four years in football and four in track at Highland Springs … A firstteam all-state, All-Metro and all-conference kick returner as a senior … Also named to the all-conference first team as a utility player and earned second-team accolades at running back … A two-star recruit according to ESPN.com and 247 Sports … Scored 20 total touchdowns as a senior, 10 rushing, six on kick/punt returns and four receiving … Ran for 714 yards on 85 carries and caught 14 passes for 297 yards in his final prep season … Amassed over 1,300 all-purpose yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior … Won four state track championships as a junior (55, 200 and 300 meters and 4x200 relay) … Was state outdoor runner-up in the 100 meters … Ranked sixth in the nation in the 55 meters as a junior … Personal-best high school times were 6.31 seconds in the 55m, 10.76 in the 100m and 21.87 in the 200m … High school football coach was Loren Johnson. Personal: Marcus O. Taylor was born on Oct. 22, 1996 … son of Marcus Taylor and Elicia Royal … Undecided on a major.

DL | 6-3 | 270 | Freshman Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military Acad./ Meadowbrook HS

#21 GEORGE WAHEE

WR | 6-0 | 180 | Freshman Norfolk, Va./Bishop Sullivan Catholic HS High School: Attended Bishop Sullivan as a senior and Norfolk Christian his first three years … Was a four-time all-state football selection and a three-time all-state performer in basketball … A first-team Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association (VISAA) All-State Division II and All-Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools (TCIS) selection at both receiver and defensive back as a senior for coach Patrick Cavallario … First-team All-Tidewater at receiver … Led the South Hampton Roads area with 1,105 receiving yards and 15 TD catches, averaging 32.5 yards per catch on his 34 receptions … Also intercepted six passes and scored twice on special teams returns … Rated a twostar recruit by Rivals.com … Averaged more than 20 points per game in basketball. Personal: George W. Wahee was born on Feb. 26, 1996 … Son of Kie Nyenpan … Older brother, Wilfred, is a defensive back at the University of Virginia … Plans to major in business.

#94 DARYL WEBSTER

DL | 6-3 | 305 | Junior Jamaica, N.Y./Nassau CC/Flushing HS JC: Played two years at Nassau Community College … Recorded six tackles in 11 games as a sophomore … As a freshman, he notched 15 tackles and one sack. High School: A two-way standout who lettered all four years at Flushing High … Was first-team all-city and All-Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) on both sides of the line as a senior … Earned second-team all-city honors as an offensive lineman his junior season. Personal: Daryl William Webster was born on April 10, 1995 … Son of Joseph Webster and Treoline Haley … Plans to major in sociology.

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2015 Norfolk State University Football 2014 RESULTS/STATISTICS 2014 Norfolk State Football Norfolk State Game Results (Final 2014) All games Date

Aug 30, 2014 Sep 06, 2014 Sep 13, 2014 Sep 20, 2014 * Sep 27, 2014 * Oct 04, 2014 * Oct 11, 2014 * Oct 18, 2014 * Nov 01, 2014 * Nov 06, 2014 * Nov 15, 2014 * Nov 22, 2014

Opponent

Score

at #25 Maine LIBERTY at #16 William & Mary at Buffalo MORGAN STATE at Savannah State DELAWARE STATE at Hampton at Florida A&M #20 BETHUNE-COOKMAN N.C. CENTRAL at South Carolina State

6-10 0-17 14-29 7-36 15-14 14-7 10-13 21-13 12-10 7-13 14-19 20-30

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Overall

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 1-4 2-4 2-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8

Conference

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4

Time

3:08 3:01 2:50 3:13 3:16 2:37 2:43 3:13 2:43 3:13 2:37 3:24

Attend

6951 6150 8254 21139 6511 5268 11260 11000 18663 4220 3980 7339

2014 Norfolk State Football Norfolk State Overall Team Statistics (Final 2014) All games Team Statistics

NSU

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Pe n a l t y RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE C o m p - At t - I n t Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

Score by Quarters Norfolk State Opponents

40

1st

61 57

2nd

33 61

140 11.7 170 84 70 16 1288 1799 511 480 2.7 107.3 5 1605 132-251-12 6.4 12.2 133.8 10 2893 731 4.0 241.1 20-341 25-291 5-28 17.0 11.6 5.6 19-10 72-696 58.0 79-3068 38.8 33.3 39-1973 50.6 35.1 30:18 46/167 28% 5/18 28% 27-173 3 16 10-18 1-1 (11-22) 50% (9-22) 41% (14-15) 93% 32121 5/6424 3rd

17 36

4th

29 54

OT

0 3

OPP

211 17.6 180 81 72 27 1232 1574 342 465 2.6 102.7 8 1783 133-278-5 6.4 13.4 148.6 12 3015 743 4.1 251.2 28-504 28-280 12-116 18.0 10.0 9.7 15-10 61-584 48.7 76-2957 38.9 34.6 47-2634 56.0 38.1 29:42 56/179 31% 6/15 40% 45-257 65 24 13-21 0-0 (22-34) 65% (13-34) 38% (20-21) 95% 78614 7/11231 0/0

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE 2014 STATISTICS

2014 Norfolk State Football Norfolk State Overall Individual Statistics (Final 2014) All games Rushing

DANIELS,Aaron RIDDICK,Brendon CLARK,Tyler ERVIN,Terrance PITTMAN,Eric POLK,Terry SMITH,Damian TIMMONS,Omari-Ali JOHNSON,Keith COPELAND,Shakeem STOKES,Malik WADE,Ryan SHADDIX,Dylan TEAM Total Opponents

gp-gs

Passing

gp-gs

Receiving

gp-gs

ERVIN,Terrance CLARK,Tyler STOKES,Malik TIMMONS,Omari-Ali TEAM RIDDICK,Brendon Total Opponents WHITE,Isaac RIDDICK,Brendon JOHNSON,Keith STREET,Markice DANIELS,Aaron SMITH,Damian FIANO,Tanner CHURCH,James FEREBEE,Demetreus LEE,Chris PENN,William WILSON,Darius Total Opponents

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att

gain loss

net avg td

11-8 95 422 45 377 4.0 12-4 93 330 31 299 3.2 9-2 50 239 24 215 4.3 12-9 125 431 251 180 1.4 7-0 26 139 25 114 4.4 12-0 35 116 28 88 2.5 11-5 8 51 0 51 6.4 2-0 13 30 6 24 1.8 12-9 1 7 0 7 7.0 12-0 2 3 0 3 1.5 4-1 17 31 32 -1 -0.1 10-3 2 0 3 -3 -1.5 12-0 1 0 4 -4 -4.0 9-0 12 0 62 -62 -5.2 12 480 1799 511 1288 2.7 12 465 1574 342 1232 2.6 12-9 9-2 4-1 2-0 9-0 12-4 12 12

effic comp-att-int

117.26 102-188-9 103.86 22-40-2 76.87 8-18-1 0.00 0-3-0 0.00 0-1-0 0.00 0-1-0 109.89 132-251-12 112.36 133-278-5 no.

yds

12-12 48 664 12-4 18 155 12-9 16 250 12-5 15 236 11-8 9 78 11-5 8 68 12-1 6 65 10-2 5 41 10-7 2 30 11-3 2 18 7-0 2 -3 8-0 1 3 12 132 1605 12 133 1783

avg

13.8 8.6 15.6 15.7 8.7 8.5 10.8 8.2 15.0 9.0 -1.5 3.0 12.2 13.4

pct

1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 8

lg avg/g

56 22 16 24 37 24 17 10 7 2 8 0 0 0 56 23

yds td

54.3 1310 8 55.0 241 1 44.4 54 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 52.6 1605 10 47.8 1783 12 td

7 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 12

lg avg/g

68 19 49 30 18 15 17 17 22 16 0 3 68 92

55.3 12.9 20.8 19.7 7.1 6.2 5.4 4.1 3.0 1.6 -0.4 0.4 133.8 148.6

34.3 24.9 23.9 15.0 16.3 7.3 4.6 12.0 0.6 0.2 -0.2 -0.3 -0.3 -6.9 107.3 102.7 lg avg/g

68 57 16 0 0 0 68 92

109.2 26.8 13.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 133.8 148.6

Punt Returns

no.

11 6 3 2 1 1 1 25 28

191 41 18 16 19 9 -3 291 280

Interceptions

no.

yds avg td

Kick Returns

no.

9 8 1 1 1 20 28

177 137 9 17 1 341 504

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

42 23 9 17 0 42 54

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

WILSON,Darius FIANO,Tanner POLK,Terry PITTMAN,Eric HAYNESWORTH,Dont FREEMAN,Harry SMITH,Damian Total Opponents LAMBERT,Keenan WILLIAMS,D'Metrius KING,Deon Total Opponents SMITH,Damian WILSON,Darius FREEMAN,Harry FIANO,Tanner ARCHIE,Kyle Total Opponents KING,Deon Total Opponents

3 1 1 5 12

1 1 0

yds avg td

28 0 0 28 116

17.4 6.8 6.0 8.0 19.0 9.0 -3.0 11.6 10.0

9.3 0.0 0.0 5.6 9.7

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1

yds avg td

19.7 17.1 9.0 17.0 1.0 17.0 18.0

1 1.0 1 1.0 0 0.0

0 0 1

lg

80 25 9 13 19 9 0 80 61 lg

28 0 0 28 39 lg

1 1 0

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE 2014 STATISTICS

2014 Norfolk State Football Norfolk State Overall Individual Statistics (Final 2014) All games

Scoring

WHITE,Isaac MAROUF,Cameron LEE,Ryan JOHNSON,Keith CLARK,Tyler ERVIN,Terrance POLK,Terry WILSON,Darius LEE,Chris DANIELS,Aaron Total Opponents

Field Goals

td

7 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 16 24

fg

fg

kick

10-15 0-1 0-3 14-14 10-18 14-15 13-21 20-21

0-1

- - - - - - 0-1 - - - - - 0-1 - 0-2

-

10-15 66.7 0-0 0-3 0.0 0-0

FG Sequence

Norfolk State

(46),(38),38 49,44 (43),(26),(44) 49 (51),49,36 29 (26),(47) 48 (44),(45)

2-2 0-1

1-3 0-0

6-9 0-2

Opponents

1-1 0-0

(27) (22) (31),(36) 23,(39) 34 32,(23),(43) (26),(39),28,34 50,(42) 23,(24) 44,(47),(18) -

pts

Total Offense

- 42 - 30 - 14 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 6 - 140 4 211

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

MAROUF,Cameron LEE,Ryan Maine Liberty William & Mary Buffalo Morgan State Savannah State Delaware State Hampton Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman N.C. Central South Carolina State

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

lg blk

51 0

2 1

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

ERVIN,Terrance CLARK,Tyler DANIELS,Aaron RIDDICK,Brendon PITTMAN,Eric POLK,Terry STOKES,Malik SMITH,Damian TIMMONS,Omari-Ali JOHNSON,Keith COPELAND,Shakeem WADE,Ryan SHADDIX,Dylan TEAM Total Opponents

12 9 11 12 7 12 4 11 2 12 12 10 12 9 12 12

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Kickoffs

no. yds avg tb ob retn

SHADDIX,Dylan TEAM CLARK,Tyler MAROUF,Cameron Total Opponents LEE,Ryan MAROUF,Cameron Total Opponents

313 180 1310 1490 124.2 90 215 241 456 50.7 95 377 0 377 34.3 94 299 0 299 24.9 26 114 0 114 16.3 35 88 0 88 7.3 35 -1 54 53 13.2 8 51 0 51 4.6 16 24 0 24 12.0 1 7 0 7 0.6 2 3 0 3 0.2 2 -3 0 -3 -0.3 1 -4 0 -4 -0.3 13 -62 0 -62 -6.9 731 1288 1605 2893 241.1 743 1232 1783 3015 251.2

73 3012 4 20 1 5 1 31 79 3068 76 2957

30 1592 9 381 39 1973 47 2634

41.3 5.0 5.0 31.0 38.8 38.9

69 20 5 31 69 62

53.1 4 42.3 0 50.6 4 56.0 20

8 15 19 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 15 19 17 2 16 21 7

0 4 0 0 4 1

net ydln

3 2 5 18.0 35.1 2 17.0 38.1

29 26

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE 2014 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

2014 Norfolk State Football Norfolk State Overall Defensive Statistics (Final 2014) All games ## 23 53 7 33 51 25 20 19 98 26 16 6 99 90 31 28 49 36 56 54 45 18 97 10 24 48 30 82 39 32 59 40 17 71 55 35 38

Defensive Leaders

COKE,Marcell KING,Deon TRAIL,Lynden NEAL,Lamar RIDDICK,George LAMBERT,Keenan WALKER,Brandon MARROW,Darrin FAUNTLEROY,Shawn PARKER,Leroy HAYNESWORTH,Donte' WILLIAMS,D'Metrius WILLIAMS,Kevin CLARKE,Noel ARCHIE,Kyle HUGHES,Troi CLARK,Lamonte SMITH,Rodney GANT,Justin LIVINGSTON,T.C. JOHNSON,DeMarta' FREEMAN,Harry MILLS,Trey RIDDICK,Brendon ANDERSON,Jay SIMON,Allen HANKINS,Bryce FIANO,Tanner FEASTER,Kimdrick COPELAND,Shakeem PHILLIPS,Mike KILLAM,Alex SHADDIX,Dylan MYLER,Justin WHITE,Antwan BULLEN,Onaje LEE,Ryan Total Opponents

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gp-gs

12-12 12-12 12-12 12-11 12-12 12-11 12-10 12-12 12-10 10-1 12-11 12-1 12-2 12-10 11-1 8-3 9-0 12-0 11-0 12-0 9-0 7-0 11-0 12-4 12-0 8-0 11-0 12-1 6-0 12-0 12-12 12-0 12-0 12-12 11-0 9-0 12-0 12 12

ua

51 46 32 31 23 22 23 27 5 13 14 11 7 2 3 4 1 3 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 . 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 . . . 348 410

Tackles a tot

56 60 59 54 47 30 20 11 28 16 13 11 12 16 9 6 8 6 4 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 . 1 . . . . . 1 1 . 482 398

107 106 91 85 70 52 43 38 33 29 27 22 19 18 12 10 9 9 8 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 . 830 808

tfl/yds

7.5-19 18.0-88 11.5-44 3.5-3 13.0-73 . 3.5-21 2.0-5 2.0-3 1.5-3 1.0-2 1.0-3 2.5-8 1.5-4 . . 0.5-4 1.0-6 . . . . 1.0-2 . 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-290 122-482

Sacks no-yds

1.0-3 7.5-53 5.0-26 1.0-1 8.0-57 . 1.0-14 . . . . . 1.0-5 1.0-4 . . 0.5-4 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-173 45-257

Pass defense int-yds brup qbh

. 1-0 . . . 3-28 . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-28 12-116

2 2 4 1 1 9 8 7 . 1 3 5 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 26

. 9 9 1 2 . 1 . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 13

Fumbles rcv-yds

. 3-1 1-0 . 3-0 . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 10-1 10-0

ff

1 2 2 . 1 1 . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 11

blkd kick

. . 2 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 7

saf

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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SPARTAN’S TEXTPREDICTIONS HERE 2015DESCRIPTION MEAC PRESEASON 2015 MEAC PRESEASON PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH

As voted on by the MEAC head football coaches and sports information directors (first-place votes in parentheses).

1. North Carolina A&T State (9)..................................................................................................................................................... 425 2. South Carolina State (4).............................................................................................................................................................. 408 3. Bethune-Cookman (1)................................................................................................................................................................. 387 4. North Carolina Central (4)........................................................................................................................................................... 334 5. Morgan State................................................................................................................................................................................ 318 6. Hampton (2)................................................................................................................................................................................... 276 7. Norfolk State................................................................................................................................................................................ 170 8. Florida A&M**.............................................................................................................................................................................. 164 9. Howard**...................................................................................................................................................................................... 146 10. Delaware State (1)....................................................................................................................................................................... 97 11. Savannah State** (1).................................................................................................................................................................. 69

**Note: Florida A&M, Howard and Savannah State are not eligible for postseason play

2015 PRESEASON ALL-MEAC TEAMS Offensive Player of the Year: Tarik Cohen, N.C. A&T

FIRST TEAM

Offense QB - Malcolm Bell, r-Jr., North Carolina Central RB - Tarik Cohen, Jr., North Carolina A&T State RB - Herb Walker Jr., Jr., Morgan State WR - Twarn Mixon, r-Jr., Hampton WR - Isaac White, Sr., Norfolk State TE - Myles Williams, r-Sr., Howard C - Dominique Woods, Jr., Morgan State OL - Toree Boyd, Jr., Howard OL - Dariusz Bladek, Jr., Bethune-Cookman OL - Clevonne Davis, Sr., North Carolina Central OL - Matthew Thompson, So., Morgan State PK - Cody Jones, Jr., North Carolina A&T State RS - Mike Jones, Jr., North Carolina Central Defense DL - Javon Hargrave, Sr., South Carolina State DL - Miles Grooms, Sr., Hampton DL - Michael Lovejoy, Sr., Florida A&M DL - Marquis Ragland, r-Jr., North Carolina A&T State LB - Deon King, Sr., Norfolk State LB - Joshua Thorne, Sr., Hampton LB - Darius Leonard, r-So., South Carolina State DB - Tony McRae, Sr., North Carolina A&T State DB - Mike Jones, Jr., North Carolina Central DB - Delonta Hall, r-Jr., Morgan State DB - Terrick Colston, Sr., Delaware State P - Christian Faber-Kinney, Jr., Hampton

SECOND TEAM

Offense QB - Moses Skillon, Sr., Morgan State RB - Jalen Simmons, Sr., South Carolina State RB - Michael Jones, Jr., Bethune-Cookman WR - Quentin Atkinson, Sr., North Carolina Central WR - Andrew King, r-Sr., Morgan State TE - Temmarrick Hemmingway, Grad., South Carolina State C - Carl Jones, r-Jr., North Carolina Central OL* - Brandon Parker, r-So., North Carolina A&T OL* - Michael Young, Jr., Hampton OL - Trevin Huff, Sr., Bethune-Cookman OL - Javarius Leamon, r-Jr., South Carolina State PK - Chris Moller, r-Jr., Morgan State RS - Antonio Hamilton, r-Jr., South Carolina State

Defensive Player of the Year: Javon Hargrave, S.C. State Defense DL - Shawn Fauntleroy Jr., Sr., Norfolk State DL - Michael Neal, Sr., North Carolina A&T DL - Reggie Owens, Sr., South Carolina State DL* - Damon Gresham-Chisolm, Sr., Howard DL* - Charles Owens, r-Sr., Hampton LB - Devin Rollins, Sr., Howard LB - Akil Blount, Sr., Florida A&M LB - Landis Shoffner, Sr., North Carolina A&T DB - C.J. Moore, r-Sr., North Carolina Central DB - Marquis Drayton, r-Sr., Bethune-Cookman DB - Antonio Hamilton, r-Sr., South Carolina State DB - Kenneth Russ, r-Jr., Howard P* - John Fleck, Sr., Howard P* - Lawrence Forbes, r-Jr., Morgan State

THIRD TEAM

Offense QB - Quentin Williams, r-Sr., Bethune-Cookman RB - Eric Carter Jr., So., Hampton RB - Anthony Jordan, r-Sr., Bethune-Cookman WR - Matthew Colvin, Sr., Howard WR - Rashawn Proctor, Jr., Hampton TE - Jvon Simmons, So., North Carolina Central C - Anthony Mengoni, Jr., Delaware State OL - Keonte Cash, Jr., Florida A&M OL - Wes Cole, Jr., North Carolina A&T State OL - John Smith, r-Sr., Howard OL - Torrian White, Jr., Hampton PK - Cameron Marouf, Jr., Norfolk State RS - Orlando Johnson, r-So., Morgan State Defense DL - Kevin Williams, Sr., Norfolk State DL - James Settles, r-Sr., South Carolina State DL* - Andrew Mitchell, r-Jr., Morgan State DL* - Gabriel Sherrod, Jr., Delaware State LB - Lamar Neal, Sr., Norfolk State LB - Jeremy Thompson, r-Jr., North Carolina Central LB - Marquis Smith, So., Savannah State DB - Chris Pauling , Sr., South Carolina State DB - Antonio Jefferson, Jr., Morgan State DB - Brandon Walker, Jr., Norfolk State DB - Jacques Bryant, Jr., Florida A&M P - Jonathan Cagle, Jr., Bethune-Cookman * Indicates tie

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE 2014 MEAC TEXT IN REVIEW 2014 MEAC FINAL STANDINGS Team Morgan State* North Carolina A&T Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State North Carolina Central Norfolk State Howard Hampton Delaware State Florida A&M^ Savannah State^

MEAC Overall W-L W-L 6-2 7-6 6-2 9-3 6-2 9-3 6-2 8-4 6-2 7-5 4-4 4-8 3-5 5-7 2-6 3-9 2-6 2-10 3-5 3-9 0-8 0-12

* Earned MEAC’s automatic FCS playoff berth ^ Ineligible (APR restriction)

2014 ALL-MEAC FOOTBALL TEAMS

Co-Offensive Player of the Year........................................ Greg McGhee, QB, Howard; ............................................................................................ Tarik Cohen, RB, N.C. A&T Defensive Player of the Year.....................Javon Hargrave, DL, South Carolina State Rookie of the Year........................................ Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State Offensive Lineman of the Year......................................Darren Pinnock, Morgan State Coach of the Year......................................................................... Lee Hull, Morgan State

FIRST TEAM

Offense Pos. Name Cl. QB Greg McGhee Sr. RB Tarik Cohen So. RB Herb Walker Jr. So. WR Adrian Wilkins r-Jr. WR Twarn Mixon r-So. TE T. Hemmingway r-Jr. C Ronald Canty r-Sr. OL William R. Robinson III r-Sr. OL Darren Pinnock Sr. OL Devin Flowers Sr. OL Clevonne Davis Jr. PK Cody Jones So.

School Hometown Howard Pittsburgh, Pa. North Carolina A&T Bunn, N.C. Morgan State Cleveland, Ohio North Carolina Central Forest City, N.C. Hampton Charlotte, N.C. South Carolina State Loris, S.C. North Carolina A&T Chester, S.C. North Carolina A&T Clinton, Md. Morgan State Miami, Fla. South Carolina State Charlotte, N.C. North Carolina Central Miramar, Fla. North Carolina A&T Gastonia, N.C.

Defense Pos. Name Cl. DL Javon Hargrave Jr. DL Deon King Jr. DL George Riddick Sr. DL LeBranden Richardson Sr. LB Lynden Trail r-Sr. LB D’Vonte Grant Sr. *LB Cody Acker Sr. *LB Ralph Williams Sr. DB Tony McRae Jr. DB Donald Mattocks r-Sr. DB Michael Jones So. DB Keenan Lambert r-Sr. P Christian Kinney r-So. RS Michael Jones So.

School Hometown South Carolina State Salisbury, N.C. Norfolk State Reston, Va. Norfolk State Suffolk, Va. Bethune-Cookman Miami, Fla. Norfolk State Miami, Fla. North Carolina A&T Charlotte, N.C. Morgan State Landover, Md. Bethune-Cookman Miami, Fla. North Carolina A&T Laurinburg, N.C. North Carolina A&T Burlington, N.C. North Carolina Central Baltimore, Md. Norfolk State Norfolk, Va. Hampton Williamsburg, Va. North Carolina Central Baltimore, Md.

TE C OL OL OL OL PK

Myles Williams Clarence Swain Christopher Pressley Toree Boyd Domanic Wilson Kory Alpichi Chase Varnadore

r-Jr. r-Sr. Sr. So. r-Sr. Sr. r-Sr.

Howard Perris, Calif. Morgan State Fayetteville, Ga. North Carolina Central Upper Marlboro, Md. Howard Miami, Fla. South Carolina State Lake City, S.C. Hampton Winchester, Calif. Florida A&M Tallahassee, Fla.

Defense Pos. Name DL Christopher Robinson DL Marquis Ragland DL Rodney Gunter *DL Ty Brown *DL Felix Small LB Tavarus Dantzler LB Josh Thorne LB Darius Leonard DB Antonio Hamilton DB C.J. Moore DB Paul Eatman Jr. DB Chris Pauling P Lawrence Forbes RS Tony McRae

Cl. r-Sr. r-So. Sr. r-Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. r-Fr. r-Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. r-So. Jr.

School Hometown Morgan State Baltimore, Md. North Carolina A&T Fayetteville, N.C. Delaware State Lake Hamilton, Fla. North Carolina Central Charlotte, N.C. North Carolina Central Brooklyn, N.Y. Bethune-Cookman Homestead, Fla. Hampton Oxon Hill, Md. South Carolina State Lakeview, S.C. South Carolina State Johnston, S.C. North Carolina Central Raleigh, N.C. Morgan State Jersey City, N.J. South Carolina State High Point, N.C. Morgan State Upper Marlboro, Md. North Carolina A&T Laurinburg, N.C.

Offense Pos. Name QB Kwashaun Quick RB Jalen Simmons RB William Parker WR Milton Williams III WR Desmond Lawrence TE Jvon Simmons C Andrew Edouard OL Ronald Rose OL Brandon Parker OL Justin Myler OL Malcolm Rutledge PK Cameron Marouf

Cl. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. r-Fr. r-Sr. Sr. So.

School Hometown North Carolina A&T Laurinburg, N.C. South Carolina State Charlotte, N.C. Howard Stone Mountain, Ga. Delaware State Washington, D.C. North Carolina A&T Durham, N.C. North Carolina Central LaPlata, Md. Bethune-Cookman Philadelphia, Pa. Hampton Fort Washington, Md. North Carolina A&T Kannapolis, N.C. Norfolk State Woodbridge, Va. Howard Detroit, Mi. Norfolk State Woodbridge, Va.

Defense Pos. Name DL Curtis Hill DL Miles Groom DL Rony Barrow DL Erik Williams LB Devin Rollins LB Marcell Coke LB Akil Blount DB Darrin Marrow DB Terriick Colston DB Devonte Johnson DB Dalonte Hall *P Dylan Shaddix *P Colby Blanton RS Antonio Hamilton

Cl. School r-Sr. South Carolina State Jr. Hampton Sr. Bethune-Cookman Grad. Bethune-Cookman Jr. Howard Sr. Norfolk State Jr. Florida A&M r-Sr. Norfolk State Jr. Delaware State Jr. Florida A&M Jr. Morgan State r-Sr. Norfolk State r-So. Florida A&M r-Jr. South Carolina State

THIRD TEAM

Hometown Columbia, S.C. Richmond, Va. Brooklyn, N.Y. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Miami, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Pittsburgh, Pa. Virginia Beach, Va. Lakeland, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Fort Washington, Md. McDonough, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Johnston, S.C.

*- Indicates tie

SECOND TEAM

Offense Pos. Name *QB Malcolm Bell *QB Damien Fleming RB Jorrian Washington RB Andre Clarke WR Isaac White WR Quentin Atkinson

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Cl. r-So. Sr. Sr. r-Sr. Jr. Jr.

School Hometown North Carolina Central Richmond, Va. Florida A&M Jacksonville, Fla. Hampton Los Angeles, Calif. North Carolina Central Mauldin, S.C. Norfolk State Portsmouth, Va. North Carolina Central Raleigh, N.C.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE TEAM/INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ALL-TIME RECORDS — TEAM OFFENSIVE RUSHING YARDS Game 502 — vs. Southern Connecticut, 10/28/89 Season 2,364 (214.9 per game) — 1984

PASSING YARDS Game 516 — vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/8/94 Season 3,674 in 10 games (367.4 per game) — 1994

PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Game .909 (20 of 22) — vs. Morgan State, 11/6/10 Season .676 (12 games, 250 of 370) — 2011

TOTAL YARDS Game 575 — vs. Southern Connecticut, 10/28/89 Season 467.8 per game (4,678 in 10 games) — 1995

POINTS Game 0 — 49 times, most recent: 30-0 win over Morgan State, 11/10/12 Season 3.66 per game (22 in 6 games) — 1945

Fewest Points Scored: 13 (5 games) — 1938; 51 (8 games) — 1956 Lowest NSU Scoring Average: 2.6 (13 in 5 games) — 1938 Highest Scoring Average: 34.5 (345 in 10 games) — 1994

WINS AND LOSSES (SEASON)

SINGLE GAME

Most Wins: 10 — 1984 (10-2-0) Most Wins, (Division I era): 9 — 2011 (9-3) Fewest Wins: 1 — 2004 (1-8); 2003 (1-11-0); 1953 (1-6-0) Most Losses: 11 — 2003 (1-11-0) Fewest Losses: 0 (twice) — 1949 (6-0-0); 1941 (6-0-1) Highest Winning Percentage: 1.000 — 1949 (6-0-0) Lowest Winning Percentage: .083 — 2003 (1-11-0)

Fewest Points Allowed: 0 (49 times) — Most recently vs. Morgan State (30–0 win), 11/10/12 Fewest Points Scored: 0 (48 times) — Most recently vs. Liberty (0–17 L), 9/6/14 Most Points Allowed: 84 (84–14 L) — vs. FAMU, 1998 Most Points Scored: 86 (86–0) — vs. Friendship, 1959 Most Points Combined: 124 (61–63 L), vs. Bethune-Cookman, 9/24/05 Longest Game (OTs): 4 OT, vs. Bethune-Cookman, 9/24/05

STREAKS

ALL-TIME RECORDS — INDIVIDUAL RUSHING YARDS

Game 86 (86-0 W) vs. Friendship — 1959 Season 345 in 10 games (34.5 per game) — 1994

Longest Winning Streak, Season: 8 — 1984 beginning with 22–7 win over St. Paul’s and ending with 17–14 loss to Virginia State Longest Winning Streak, Overall: 9 — Beginning with 43–20 win over Livingstone in 1983 and ending with 17–14 loss to Virginia State in 1984 Longest Losing Streak, Season: 10 — 2003, beginning with 34–9 loss to VMI on 9/20/03 through end of season Longest Losing Streak, Overall: 13 – 2003–04, beginning with 34–9 loss to VMI on 9/20/03 until 27–14 win over North Carolina A&T on 10/2/04

DEFENSIVE

MISCELLANEOUS (SEASON)

FIRST DOWNS Game 38 — vs. Bethune-Cookman, 9/24/05 Season 243 in 12 games (20.3 per game) — 2011

POINTS

RUSHING YARDS Game (–46) — Cheyney, 9/8/90 Season 53.8 per game (592 in 11 games) — 1984

PASSING YARDS Game 0 — Elon, 1976 Season 71.5 per game (715 in 10 games) — 1980

TOTAL YARDS Game (–16) — St. Paul’s, 9/1/79 Season 177.4 per game (1,951 in 11 games) — 1979

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Most Shutouts by NSU: 5 — 1950 Most Times NSU Shut Out: 4 — 1938 Most Points Allowed: 494 (11 Games) — 1999 Fewest Points Allowed: 22 (6 games) — 1945; 26 (7 games) — 1941; 40 (9 games) — 1948 Lowest Opponents’ Scoring Average: 3.7 (26 in 7 games) — 1941 Highest Opponents’ Scoring Average: 44.9 (11 games) — 1999 Most Points Scored: 345 (10 games) — 1994 Most Passing Touchdowns: 31 (in 10 games) — 1994

Game 318 — Orlando Goodhope vs. Livingstone, 11/12/83 Season 1,467 — Angelo Todd, 1998 Career 3,678 — DeAngelo Branche, 2006-10

RUSHES Game 43 (211 yards) — Anthony Johnson vs. Howard, 1984 Season 310 (1,310 yards) — Anthony Johnson, 1984 Career 825 (3,659 yards) — LaRue Harrington, 1976-79

YARDS PER RUSH Game 13.8 (23 carries, 318 yards) — Orlando Goodhope vs. Livingstone, 11/12/83 Season 6.9 (494 yards in 72 carries) — Jeffrey Henderson, 1992 Career 5.1 (2,791 yards in 543 carries) — Orlando Goodhope, 1980–83

TOUCHDOWNS Game 5 — Orlando Goodhope vs. Livingstone, 11/12/83

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE TEAM/INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Season 19 — Angelo Todd, 1998 Career 36 — DeAngelo Branche, 2006-10

PASSING YARDS Game 516 — Aaron Sparrow vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/8/94 Season 3,434 — Aaron Sparrow, 1995 Career 8,758 — Aaron Sparrow, 1992–95

COMPLETIONS Game 32 — Aaron Sparrow vs. Virginia Union, 10/21/95 Season 239 — Chris Walley, 2011 Career 617 — Aaron Sparrow, 1992–95

ATTEMPTS Game 58 — Aaron Sparrow vs. Bethune-Cookman, 10/7/95 Season 409 — Aaron Sparrow, 1995 Career 1,119 — Aaron Sparrow, 1992–95

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Game .909 (20 of 22) — Chris Walley vs. Morgan State, 11/6/2010 Season .687 (239 of 348) — Chris Walley, 2011 Career .655 (406 of 620) — Chris Walley, 2010-11

TOUCHDOWNS Game 7 — Aaron Sparrow vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/8/94 Season 32 — Aaron Sparrow, 1995 Career 79 — Aaron Sparrow, 1992–95

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Game 5 — Willie Gillus vs. Virginia Union, 10/22/83 Season 19 — Willie Gillus, 1983; Maurice Selby, 1998 Career 38 — Aaron Sparrow, 1992–95

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RECEIVING YARDS Game 305 — Howard Gilmore vs. Morgan State, 11/22/03 Season 1,454 — James Roe, 1994 Career 4,468 — James Roe, 1992–95

RECEPTIONS Game 13 — Howard Gilmore vs. Morgan State, 11/22/03 Season 77 — James Roe, 1994 Career 241 — James Roe, 1992–95

YARDS PER RECEPTION Game 47.3 (4-189) — Ray Jarvis vs. West Virginia State, 1969 Season 30.8 (18-555) — Ray Jarvis, 1970 Career 21.5 (54-1,161) — Michael Howard, 1988–91

TOUCHDOWNS Game 3 — James Roe vs. Kentucky State, 11/12/94; Gary Morris vs. Southern Connecticut, 10/27/90; Eric Still vs. Virginia State, 11/5/88 Season 17 — James Roe, 1994 Career 46 — James Roe, 1992–95

TOTAL OFFENSE Game 509 — Aaron Sparrow vs. Winston-Salem State, 10/8/94 Season 3,330 — Aaron Sparrow, 1995 Career 8,478 — Aaron Sparrow, 1992–95

SCORING TOUCHDOWNS Game 5 — Orlando Goodhope vs. Livingstone, 11/12/83 Season 19 — Angelo Todd, 1998 Career 46 — James Roe, 1992–95

POINTS Game 30 — Orlando Goodhope vs. Livingstone, 11/12/83 Season 114 — Angelo Todd, 1998

Career 296 (46 TD) — James Roe, 1992–95

DEFENSE TACKLES Game 30 — Kevin Talley vs. Savannah State, 9/11/04 Season 195 — Kevin Talley, 2003 Career 416 — Kevin Talley, 2001–04

INTERCEPTIONS Game 4 — Reggie Smallwood vs. Elizabeth City State, 1979 Season 12 — Mike Ellis, 1977 Career 24 — Mike Ellis, 1976–79 MISCELLANEOUS Longest Running Play: 85 – Keith Johnson vs. Savannah State, 11/5/11 Longest TD Run: 83 — Orlando Goodhope vs. Virginia Union, 1980 Longest Pass Play & TD Pass: 98 (TD) — Derrick Demps from Chris Walley vs. Old Dominion, 11/26/11 Longest Field Goal: 53 — Lawrence Holmes vs. Kentucky State, 10/31/92 Longest Punt: 79 — Antonio Gomez vs. North Carolina A&T, 10/4/03 Punting Yards, Career: 9,053 — Lawrence Holmes, 1990–93 Punting Average, Career: 41.0 — Dylan Shaddix, 2012 & 2014 Longest Punt Return: 89 — Donnie Morris vs. Bloomsburg, 9/3/88 Longest Kick Return: 98 — Roscoe Powell vs. Elon, 9/13/75 Longest Fumble Return: 90 — Lydell Finley vs. Virginia Union, 10/22/94 Longest Interception Return: 100 (TD) — Joe Scott vs. Fayetteville State, 9/19/81 Highest Per-Game Rushing Average, Career: 87.1 (3,649 in 42 games) — LaRue Harrington, 1976– 79 Consecutive Passes Completed, Game: 13 — Aaron Sparrow vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11/14/92 Highest Punt Return Average, Season (Min. 5 returns): 22.8 (5-144) — George Parker, 1981 Highest Kickoff Return Average, Season: 27.7 (30-832) — Anthony Owens, 2002 Passes Broken Up, Season: 27 — Joe Scott, 1981

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE CAREER/SEASON RECORDS CAREER RECORDS

SCORING No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Names (Years) James Roe (1992–95) Orlando Goodhope (1980–83) Daryl Jones (2004–07) DeAngelo Branche (2006-10) LaRue Harrington (1976–79)

TOTAL OFFENSE No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Years) Aaron Sparrow (1992–95) Chris Walley (2010-11) Dennis Brown (2008-09) Robert Morris (1995–97) Casey Hansen (2006–07)

RUSHING No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Years) DeAngelo Branche (2006-10) LaRue Harrington (1976–79) Terrell Johnson (2002–05) Orlando Goodhope (1980–83) Daryl Jones (2004–07)

RECEIVING YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Years) James Roe (1992–95) Darius Blount (1993–96) Howard Gilmore (2001–04) Ray Jarvis (1968–71) Marty Conner (1993–96)

RECEPTIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Years) James Roe (1992–95) Darius Blount (1993–96) Howard Gilmore (2001–04) Xavier Boyce (2011-12) Marty Conner (1993–96)

PASSING No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Years) Aaron Sparrow (1992–95) Chris Walley (2010-11) Casey Hansen (2006–07) Kermit Buggs (1990–93) Dennis Brown (2008-09)

INTERCEPTIONS No. 1. 2. 4. 5.

Name (Years) Mike Ellis (1977–79) Reggie Smallwood (1978–81) Terrell Whitehead (2006-09) Raymond Lee (1977–80) Tony Knight (1973–76)

PUNTING AVG. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Years) Dylan Shaddix (2012, 2014) Lawrence Holmes (1990–93) Billy Rudd (2008-09) Bruce Cinibulk (1987–89) Brian Evans (1980–82)

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS G 41 38 42 44 42

TD 46 41 39 37 35

FG 0 0 0 0 0

PAT 2XPT PTS 0 10 296 0 0 246 0 0 234 0 0 222 0 2 214

G 38 23 23 31 22

Rush -280 477 846 38 -349

Pass 8758 4531 3771 4263 4277

Net Avg/G 8478 223.1 5008 217.7 4617 200.7 4301 138.7 3928 178.5

G 44 42 36 38 42

Rush 741 825 556 543 529

Yards 3678 3659 2821 2791 2402

Avg. Avg/G 4.9 83.6 4.4 87.1 5.1 78.4 5.1 73.4 4.5 60.0

G 41 37 38 33 38

Rec. 239 162 140 104 120

Yards 4468 2501 2459 2211 1661

Avg. Avg/G 18.7 109.0 15.4 67.6 17.6 64.7 21.3 67.0 13.8 43.7

G 41 37 38 23 38

Rec. 239 162 140 126 120

Yards 4468 2501 2459 1373 1661

Avg. Rec/G 18.7 5.8 15.4 4.4 17.6 3.7 10.9 5.5 13.8 3.1

G 38 23 22 35 23

Cmp-Att-Int 617-1119-38 406-620-14 312-593-24 211-480-27 315-591-25

Pct. .551 .655 .526 .440 .533

Yards 8758 4531 4277 3874 3771

TD 79 29 19 37 27

G 30 36 43 42 44

Int. 24 18 18 16 15

Yards 339 301 336 242 247

Avg. 14.1 16.7 18.7 15.1 16.5

Int/G 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.3

G 22 41 23 27 30

Punts 126 234 109 131 144

Yards 5161 9053 4203 4996 5491

Avg. 41.0 38.7 38.6 38.1 38.1

SCORING

No. Name (Year) 1. Angelo Todd (1998) 2. James Roe (1994) 3. James Roe (1995) 4. Ryan Estep (2011) 5. Daryl Jones (2007)

TOTAL OFFENSE No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Year) Aaron Sparrow (1995) Aaron Sparrow (1994) Chris Walley (2011) Dennis Brown (2009) Robert Morris (1997)

RUSHING No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Year) Angelo Todd (1998) DeAngelo Branche (2010) Tony Johnson (1984) Daryl Jones (2007) Rolandan Finch (2013)

RECEIVING YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Year) James Roe (1994) James Roe (1995) Chris Bell (2009) Darius Blount (1996) James Roe (1993)

RECEPTIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Year) James Roe (1994) Xavier Boyce (2011) James Roe (1995) Xavier Boyce (2012) Darius Blount (1996)

PASSING No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name (Year) Aaron Sparrow (1995) Aaron Sparrow (1994) Chris Walley (2011) Dennis Brown (2009) Casey Hansen (2006)

INTERCEPTIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name (Year) Mike Ellis (1977) Mike Ellis (1979) Jesse Chavis III (1991) Larry Bryant (1988) Bob Colbert (1974)

PUNTING YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5

Name (Year) Terry Cornette (2000) Dylan Shaddix (2014) Dalton Fraser (2013) Lawrence Holmes (1992) Antonio Gomez (2003)

G TD FG PAT XPT PTS 11 19 0 0 0 114 10 17 0 5 0 112 10 15 0 5 0 100 12 0 20 34 0 94 11 15 0 0 0 90

G 10 10 12 11 10

Rush. -134 -60 287 380 120

Pass 3434 3212 2672 2228 2116

Net Avg/G 3300 330.0 3152 315.2 2959 246.6 2608 237.1 2236 223.6

G 11 11 11 11 12

Rush 280 272 310 254 235

Yards 1467 1330 1310 1134 1113

Avg. Avg/G 5.2 133.4 4.9 120.9 4.2 119.2 4.5 103.1 4.7 92.8

G 10 10 11 11 11

Rec. 77 64 51 55 52

Yards 1454 1248 958 929 916

Avg. Avg/G 18.9 145.4 19.5 124.8 18.8 87.1 16.9 84.4 17.6 83.3

G 10 12 10 11 11

Rec. 77 68 64 58 55

Yards 1454 750 1248 623 929

Avg. Rec/G 18.9 7.7 11.0 5.7 19.5 6.4 10.7 5.3 16.9 5.0

G 10 10 12 11 11

Cmp-Att-Int 238-409-14 216-361-14 239-348-6 161-284-13 148-283-16

Pct. .582 .598 .687 .567 .523

Yards 3434 3212 2672 2228 2166

TD 32 31 19 18 10

G 11 11 10 10 11

Int. 12 10 9 7 7

Yards 257 73 179 110 41

Avg. 21.4 7.3 19.9 11.0 5.9

Int/G 1.1 0.9 0.9 0.7 0.6

G 10 12 12 10 12

Punts 85 73 75 70 75

Yards 3165 3012 2757 2712 2539

Avg. 37.2 41.3 36.8 38.7 33.9

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT LEADERS HERE SEASON-BY-SEASON LEADERS (Note: Some statistics prior to 1970 are unavailable. Contact the NSU Sports Information Office with proof of any verifiable change.) Names in bold represent single-season record holders SCORING Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Name Larry James Ray Jarvis Steve Watson Condie Pugh Donald Evans Ken Moody Randy Robinson LaRue Harrington LaRue Harrington Steve Burlas LaRue Harrington Orlando Goodhope Orlando Goodhope Orlando Goodhope Orlando Goodhope Anthony Johnson Dale Browder Tony Graves Maurice Miller Eric Still Karlsten Skinner Gary Morris Gary Morris James Roe James Whitley James Roe James Roe John Quinerly Tyrone Sellers Angelo Todd Angelo Todd Damien Smith William Smith Glenn Thomas Terrell Johnson Howard Gilmore Monte’ Anthony Terrell Johnson Antonio Gomez Howard Gilmore Daryl Jones Daryl Jones Daryl Jones Justin Castellat Chris Bell DeAngelo Branche Ryan Estep Everett Goldberg Cameron Marouf Isaac White

TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player 1970 Ike Fullard 1971 McDaniel Anderson 1972 McDaniel Anderson 1973 Adolph Santiful 1974 Steve Graeff 1975 Steve Graeff 1976 LaRue Harrington 1977 LaRue Harrington 1978 Jimmy Robinson 1979 LaRue Harrington 1980 Orlando Goodhope 1981 Raynard Revels 1982 Raynard Revels 1983 Willie Gillus 1984 Anthony Johnson 1985 Willie Gillus 1986 Maurice Lawrence 1987 Maurice Lawrence 1988 Ron Jones 1989 Karlsten Skinner 1990 Joe Bryant

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G 9 9 8 10 10 11 11 12 11 10 11 10 9 10 9 11 10 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 11 9 11 11 9 10 8 10 10 12 10 9 9 11 11 11 12 11 11 12 11 12 12

TD 7 7 0 10 7 7 8 14 8 0 12 13 11 8 9 11 0 7 6 9 6 7 10 10 8 17 15 10 7 19 4 7 5 5 9 5 5 5 0 6 10 10 15 0 13 13 0 0 0 7

FG 0 0 3-5 0 0 0 0 0 0 9-15 0 0 0 0 0 0 9-18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5-7 0 0 0 0 11-21 0 0 20-22 11-18 8-13 0-0

PAT 0 0 5-7 0 0 0 0 0 0 13-15 0 0 0 0 0 0 24-27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21-22 0 0 0 0 35-35 0 0 34-34 18-23 13-16 0-0

2-PT 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 42 42 14 70 44 42 48 88 48 40 72 78 66 48 54 66 51 42 36 54 36 42 60 60 48 112 100 62 42 114 26 42 30 30 56 30 30 30 36 36 60 60 90 68 78 78 94 51 37 42

G Rush Pass Total Avg/G 9 -90 827 737 81.9 8 -20 392 372 46.5 10 27 431 458 45.8 10 470 0 470 47.0 11 -19 1168 1149 104.5 11 73 819 592 53.8 12 1059 0 1059 88.3 11 1090 10 1100 100.0 10 -138 1154 1016 101.6 11 1026 22 1048 95.3 10 994 0 994 99.4 10 68 1092 1160 116.0 9 92 571 663 23.7 10 134 1206 1072 107.2 11 1310 0 1310 119.1 10 -111 2010 1899 189.9 9 97 846 943 104.7 9 151 246 397 44.1 9 -55 904 849 94.3 10 465 0 465 46.5 10 181 774 955 95.5

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Kermit Buggs Aaron Sparrow Kermit Buggs Aaron Sparrow Aaron Sparrow Robert Morris Robert Morris Maurice Selby Theodore Harrison Jon Roberts David Johnson Dontrell Leonard Dontrell Leonard Brandon Brooks Brandon Brooks Casey Hansen Casey Hansen Dennis Brown Dennis Brown Chris Walley Chris Walley Nico Flores Rolandan Finch Terrance Ervin

10 10 10 10 10 11 10 11 8 10 7 10 9 9 11 11 11 12 11 11 12 11 12 12

-105 1212 1105 110.5 -177 1553 1376 137.6 24 2024 2048 204.8 -60 3212 3152 315.2 -134 3434 3300 330.0 73 1919 1846 167.8 120 2116 2236 223.6 52 1800 1852 168.4 61 888 949 118.6 -29 894 865 86.5 -9 861 852 121.7 -102 1104 1002 100.2 -109 1497 1388 154.2 32 1367 1399 155.4 4 1626 1630 148.2 -128 2166 2038 185.3 -221 2111 1890 171.8 466 1542 2008 167.3 380 2228 2608 237.1 190 1859 2049 186.3 287 2672 2959 246.6 300 1067 1367 124.3 1113 0 1113 92.8 180 1310 1490 124.2

RUSHING Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Name Larry James Milt Harrell Condie Pugh Adolph Santiful Larry Stepney Ken Moody LaRue Harrington LaRue Harrington LaRue Harrington LaRue Harrington Orlando Goodhope Stanley Allbritton Orlando Goodhope Orlando Goodhope Anthony Johnson Ken Dickens Tony Graves Adrian Miles Mikel Waugh Karlsten Skinner Mikel Waugh Karlsten Skinner Jeffrey Henderson Ricky Wood John Quinerly Jeny Davis John Quinerly Kondwani Johnson Angelo Todd Angelo Todd Damien Smith William Smith Terrell Johnson Terrell Johnson Terrell Johnson Terrell Johnson Monte’ Anthony Daryl Jones DeAngelo Branche DeAngelo Branche DeAngelo Branche Takeem Hedgeman Brendon Riddick Rolandan Finch Aaron Daniels

G 9 8 10 10 11 11 12 11 8 11 10 9 10 9 11 10 9 7 10 10 10 10 6 8 10 9 11 9 11 11 9 10 10 10 6 10 11 11 12 11 11 12 10 12 12

Att. 118 62 129 115 110 132 204 242 107 272 193 150 109 124 310 118 102 67 107 83 123 127 72 81 90 90 213 72 280 174 184 157 168 145 96 147 144 254 229 175 272 153 87 235 95

PASSING Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

Name Ike Fullard McDaniel Anderson McDaniel Anderson Steve Graeff Steve Graeff Steve Graeff

G 9 8 10 10 11 11

C-A-Int 47-140-15 35-119-12 34-91-15 28-79-11 64-144-8 42-108-6

Yards Avg. 562 4.8 220 3.5 738 5.7 470 4.1 469 4.3 697 5.3 1059 5.2 1090 4.5 484 4.7 1026 3.8 994 5.2 624 4.2 584 5.4 758 6.1 1310 4.2 531 4.5 454 4.5 334 4.9 400 3.7 465 5.6 718 5.8 716 5.6 434 6.9 483 6.0 335 3.7 514 5.1 1020 4.8 282 3.9 1467 5.2 628 3.6 841 4.6 525 3.3 888 5.3 655 4.5 461 4.8 817 5.6 586 4.1 1134 4.5 1055 4.6 922 5.3 1330 4.9 698 4.6 401 4.6 1113 4.7 377 4.0 Pct. .336 .294 .374 .354 .444 .389

Yards 827 392 431 336 1168 519

Avg/G 62.4 27.5 73.8 47.0 42.6 63.4 88.3 99.1 60.5 93.3 99.4 69.3 58.4 84.2 119.2 53.1 50.4 47.7 40.0 46.5 71.8 71.6 82.3 60.4 33.5 57.1 92.7 31.3 133.4 57.1 93.4 52.5 88.8 65.5 76.8 81.7 53.3 103.1 87.9 83.8 120.9 58.2 40.1 92.8 34.3 TD 11 2 2 1 11 4

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SPARTAN’SSEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXTLEADERS HERE 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Steve Graeff 12 Henry Sheppard 11 Jimmy Robinson 10 Jimmy Robinson 10 Raynard Revels 6 Raynard Revels 10 Raynard Revels 9 Willie Gillus 10 Willie Gillus 9 Willie Gillus 10 Maurice Lawrence 9 James Barnes 11 Ron Jones 9 James Barnes 7 Joe Bryant 10 Kermit Buggs 10 Aaron Sparrow 10 Kermit Buggs 10 Aaron Sparrow 10 Aaron Sparrow 10 Robert Morris 11 Robert Morris 10 Maurice Selby 11 Maurice Selby 8 Jon Roberts 10 David Johnson 7 Dontrell Leonard 10 Dontrell Leonard 9 Brandon Brooks 9 Brandon Brooks 11 Casey Hansen 11 Casey Hansen 11 Dennis Brown 12 Dennis Brown 11 Chris Walley 11 Chris Walley 12 Nico Flores 11 Tyler Clark 11 Terrance Ervin 12

RECEPTIONS Year Name 1970 Ray Jarvis 1971 Horace Lutens 1972 Ron Tillis 1973 Eddie Powell 1974 Robert Powell 1975 Robert Powell 1976 Robert Powell 1977 LaRue Harrington 1978 Emanuel Upton 1979 Dwight Sweatt 1980 Jeff Gunn 1981 Jeff Gunn 1982 Jeff Gunn 1983 Keith Ellis 1984 Leonard Hopkins 1985 Leonard Hopkins 1986 Clarence Brock 1987 Eric Still 1988 Eric Still 1989 Eric Still 1990 Gary Morris 1991 Gary Morris 1992 James Roe 1993 James Roe 1994 James Roe 1995 James Roe 1996 Darius Blount 1997 Charles Burnette 1998 Delvin Peeks 1999 Delvin Peeks 2000 Charles Burnette 2001 Howard Gilmore 2002 Howard Gilmore 2003 Howard Gilmore 2004 Howard Gilmore 2005 James Callaham 2006 James Callaham 2007 Jamar Johnson 2008 Jamar Johnson 2009 Chris Bell

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51-109-11 37-94-7 90-210-10 84-211-15 58-112-4 87-187-11 47-126-9 83-218-19 27-60-1 122-242-13 48-131-13 30-85-5 63-114-9 41-107-7 51-104-4 58-142-11 110-236-5 119-240-11 216-361-14 238-409-14 151-331-15 183-358-17 126-304-19 55-166-9 61-191-18 50-142-8 88-180-9 110-224-4 102-216-10 110-239-6 148-283-16 164-310-8 154-307-12 161-284-13 167-272-8 239-348-6 99-175-9 106-180-6 102-188-9

.468 .394 .429 .398 .518 .465 .373 .380 .450 .504 .360 .352 .552 .383 .490 .408 .466 .496 .598 .582 .456 .511 .414 .331 .319 .352 .489 .491 .472 .460 .523 .529 .502 .567 .614 .687 .566 .589 .543

887 512 1154 1025 795 1092 571 1206 409 2010 864 416 904 763 774 1212 1553 2024 3212 3434 1919 2116 1807 893 894 861 1104 1497 1367 1626 2166 2111 1542 2228 1859 2672 1067 937 1310

4 4 9 8 9 11 4 8 3 15 6 2 9 9 7 13 11 11 31 32 14 15 13 6 4 6 3 7 6 12 10 9 9 18 10 19 7 7 8

G Rec. TD Yards Rec./G 9 18 7 555 2.0 8 9 1 112 1.3 10 20 1 386 2.0 10 14 2 270 1.4 11 23 6 412 2.1 11 28 5 482 2.5 12 30 1 500 2.5 11 28 0 274 2.5 10 23 2 311 2.3 11 27 3 453 2.5 9 31 3 449 3.4 10 47 6 630 4.7 10 15 3 226 1.5 10 20 0 211 2.0 11 11 4 197 1.0 10 39 7 734 3.9 10 17 2 361 1.7 9 15 1 306 1.6 10 42 9 721 4.2 10 21 4 266 2.1 10 29 6 508 2.9 10 36 10 839 3.6 10 46 9 850 4.6 11 52 5 916 4.6 10 77 17 1454 7.7 10 64 15 1248 6.4 11 55 6 929 5.5 9 38 3 474 4.2 10 39 6 545 3.9 11 50 4 837 4.5 9 19 2 341 2.1 10 23 3 423 2.3 9 33 1 492 3.7 10 47 5 829 4.7 9 37 6 715 4.1 11 29 3 457 2.6 11 42 1 572 3.8 11 42 6 565 3.8 12 44 5 401 3.7 11 51 13 958 4.6

2010 Victor Hairston 2011 Xavier Boyce 2012 Xavier Boyce 2013 Joseph Hawkins 2014 Isaac White

11 52 2 580 4.7 12 68 4 750 5.7 11 58 4 623 5.3 12 39 1 433 3.3 12 48 7 664 4.0

RECEIVING YARDS Year Name 1970 Ray Jarvis 1971 Horace Lutens 1972 Ron Tillis 1973 Eddie Powell 1974 Robert Powell 1975 Robert Powell 1976 Robert Powell 1977 LaRue Harrington 1978 Donnie Luster 1979 Dwight Sweatt 1980 Jeff Gunn 1981 Jeff Gunn 1982 Jeff Gunn 1983 Orlando Goodhope 1984 Leonard Hopkins 1985 Leonard Hopkins 1986 Clarence Brock 1987 Eric Still 1988 Eric Still 1989 Donnie Morris 1990 Gary Morris 1991 Gary Morris 1992 James Roe 1993 James Roe 1994 James Roe 1995 James Roe 1996 Darius Blount 1997 Tyrone Sellers 1998 Delvin Peeks 1999 Delvin Peeks 2000 Charles Burnette 2001 Charles Burnette 2002 Howard Gilmore 2003 Howard Gilmore 2004 Howard Gilmore 2005 James Callaham 2006 Emery Sammons 2007 Jamar Johnson 2008 Dario Walker 2009 Chris Bell 2010 Victor Hairston 2011 Xavier Boyce 2012 Xavier Boyce 2013 Joseph Hawkins 2014 Isaac White

G Rec. Yards 9 18 555 8 9 112 10 20 386 10 14 270 11 23 412 11 28 482 12 30 500 11 28 274 8 19 266 11 27 453 9 31 449 10 47 630 10 15 226 9 15 256 11 11 197 10 39 734 10 17 361 9 15 306 10 42 721 7 12 320 10 29 508 10 36 839 10 46 850 11 52 916 10 77 1454 10 64 1248 11 55 929 9 36 601 10 39 545 11 50 837 9 19 341 9 21 462 9 33 492 9 47 829 9 37 715 11 29 457 11 35 639 11 42 565 12 35 410 11 51 958 11 52 580 12 68 750 11 58 623 12 39 433 12 48 664

INTERCEPTIONS Year Name 1970 James Jackson 1970 Thaddeus Roberts 1971 Ronald Bolton 1972 Eddie London 1973 Thomas McLendon 1973 Preston Owens 1973 Troy Knight 1974 Bob Colbert 1975 Jim Flowers 1976 Jim Flowers 1977 Mike Ellis 1978 Reggie Smallwood 1979 Mike Ellis 1980 Reggie Smallwood 1981 Joe Scott 1982 Bruce Manley 1983 Bruce Manley 1984 Bruce Manley 1985 Pat Creecy 1986 Tim Haynes 1987 Michael Rollins 1988 Larry Bryant 1989 Gary Tibbs 1989 Leroy Haynesworth 1989 Anthony Williams 1990 Anthony Williams

G Int Yards AVG TD Int/G 9 3 74 24.7 0 0.3 9 3 13 4.3 0 0.3 8 3 7 2.3 0 0.4 10 5 47 9.4 0 0.5 10 4 70 17.5 0 0.4 10 4 49 12.3 1 0.4 10 4 26 6.5 0 0.4 11 7 41 5.9 0 0.6 11 5 18 3.6 0 0.5 12 6 50 8.3 0 0.5 11 12 257 21.4 0 1.1 7 4 39 9.0 0 0.6 11 10 73 7.3 1 0.9 10 5 46 9.2 0 0.5 10 4 109 27.3 1 0.4 10 4 59 14.8 0 0.4 10 5 22 4.4 0 0.5 11 4 4 1.0 0 0.4 7 4 38 9.5 0 0.6 8 3 7 2.3 0 0.4 6 3 50 8.3 0 0.5 10 7 110 11.0 0 0.7 7 2 20 10.0 0 0.3 9 2 48 24.0 0 0.2 9 2 10 5.0 0 0.2 10 4 11 2.8 0 0.4

TD Avg. Avg/G 7 30.8 61.7 1 12.4 14.0 1 19.3 38.6 2 19.3 27.0 6 17.9 37.5 5 17.2 43.8 1 16.7 41.7 0 9.8 24.9 2 14.0 33.3 3 16.8 41.2 3 14.5 49.9 6 13.4 63.0 3 15.1 22.6 1 17.1 28.4 4 17.9 17.9 7 18.8 73.4 2 21.2 36.1 1 20.4 34.0 9 17.2 72.1 3 26.6 45.6 6 17.5 50.8 10 23.3 83.9 9 18.5 85.0 5 17.6 83.3 17 18.9 145.5 15 19.5 124.8 6 16.9 84.5 7 16.7 66.8 6 14.0 54.5 4 16.7 76.1 2 17.9 37.9 3 22.0 51.3 1 14.9 54.7 5 17.6 92.1 6 19.3 79.4 3 15.8 41.5 3 18.3 58.1 6 13.5 51.4 3 11.7 34.2 13 18.8 87.1 2 11.2 52.7 4 11.0 62.5 4 10.7 56.6 1 11.1 36.1 7 13.8 55.3

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT LEADERS HERE 1991 Jesse Chavis 1992 Alonzo Kaffman 1992 Robert Ross 1993 Robert Ross 1994 Carlos Robertson 1995 Donsid Broussard 1996 Robert Weaver 1996 Lonnie White 1997 Jason Reeves 1998 Kyle Grove Torrance Jackson 1999 Marcus Gray 2000 Wayne See 2001 Wayne See 2002 Marcus Gray Anthony Owens 2003 Anthony Owens 2004 Dontae Anderson 2005 Daniel Hammett 2006 Terrell Whitehead 2007 Terrell Whitehead 2008 Don Carey 2009 Terrell Whitehead 2010 Dante Barnes 2011 DeVonte Reynolds 2012 Keenan Lambert 2013 Darrin Marrow 2014 Keenan Lambert

10 9 179 19.9 1 0.9 8 3 58 5.0 0 0.4 8 3 32 10.7 0 0.4 10 4 86 21.5 0 0.4 10 4 163 10.1 1 0.4 8 3 15 5.0 0 0.4 11 5 97 19.4 1 0.5 11 5 82 16.4 1 0.5 10 2 23 11.5 0 0.2 11 2 52 26.0 0 0.2 11 2 20 10.0 0 0.2 11 2 79 39.5 1 0.2 10 4 27 6.8 0 0.4 10 4 20 5.0 0 0.4 10 3 17 5.7 0 0.3 11 3 22 7.3 0 0.3 9 3 27 8.7 0 0.3 9 3 25 8.3 0 0.3 11 5 177 35.4 2 0.5 9 3 58 19.3 0 0.3 11 6 92 15.3 0 0.6 12 5 115 23.0 1 0.4 11 5 130 26.0 1 0.5 11 2 69 34.5 1 0.2 12 3 12 4.0 0 0.3 11 3 9 3.0 0 0.3 12 5 18 3.6 0 0.4 12 3 28 9.3 0 0.3

PUNTING Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

G 9 8 10 10 11 11 12 12 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 8 11 6 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 11 7 9 7 10 7 10 12 9 11 11 11 12 11 11 12 11 12 12

No. Yards Avg. 49 1776 36.3 32 991 31.0 60 2194 36.6 48 1882 36.2 66 2448 36.9 66 2300 34.8 39 1329 33.5 70 2523 36.0 59 1975 33.5 66 2239 33.9 48 1654 34.5 43 1637 38.1 53 2200 41.5 56 2099 36.2 65 2313 35.6 51 1859 36.5 29 1072 36.9 56 2197 39.2 23 851 37.0 52 1948 37.5 47 1720 36.6 56 2225 39.7 70 2712 38.7 61 2396 39.3 15 551 36.7 35 1217 34.8 64 2264 35.4 35 1227 35.1 50 1691 33.8 45 1503 33.4 85 3165 37.2 42 1504 35.8 61 1966 32.2 75 2539 33.9 41 1434 35.0 51 1929 37.8 41 1573 38.4 55 1979 36.0 63 2475 39.3 46 1728 37.6 48 1757 36.6 61 2242 36.8 53 2149 40.5 75 2757 36.8 73 3012 41.3

G 9 8 10 10 11 11 12

No. Yards Avg. TD 11 194 12.9 0 4 145 36.3 2 7 77 11.0 0 12 262 21.8 2 14 106 7.6 0 9 87 8.7 0 13 144 11.1 0

Name Warren Stone William Betts Ron Tillis Ron Tillis Ron Tillis Jackie Simmons Tony Harris Tony Harris Steve Burlas Steve Burlas Brian Evans Brian Evans Brian Evans Dale Browder Dale Browder Dale Browder Thomas Nicholas Bruce Cinibulk Bruce Cinibulk Bruce Cinibulk Lawrence Holmes Lawrence Holmes Lawrence Holmes Lawrence Holmes Johnnie Harrell Robert Morris Robert Morris Greg Howell Eric Killian Anthony Nwora Terry Cornette Terry Cornette Gideon Tekola Antonio Gomez Antonio Gomez Antonio Gomez Antonio Gomez Brian Jackson Billy Rudd Billy Rudd Troy Muenzer Troy Muenzer Dylan Shaddix Dalton Fraser Dylan Shaddix

PUNT RETURNS Year Name 1970 Condie Pugh 1971 Zachary Rogers 1972 Ken Moody 1973 Larry Stepney 1974 Larry Stepney 1975 Ken Moody 1976 Dwight Sweatt

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Dwight Sweatt Dwight Sweatt Dwight Sweatt Duncan Howard George Parker George Parker Glen Jones Phil Smith Calvin Manns Daryl Brown Steven Bailey Donnie Morris Donnie Morris Michael Howard Michael Howard James Roe Brian Rountree James Roe James Roe Darius Blount Lydell Finley Jason Wells Delvin Peeks Chad Smith Chad Smith Anthony Owens Anthony Owens Emery Sammons Emery Sammons Rashad Howard Rashad Howard Dario Walker P.J. Hayden Dwight Fluker-Berry Marcus Cooperwood Keith Johnson Collin Frazer Darius Wilson

KICKOFF RETURNS Year Name 1970 Condie Pugh 1971 Condie Pugh 1972 Condie Pugh 1973 Larry Stepney 1974 Ken Moody 1975 Roscoe Powell 1976 Dwight Sweatt 1977 Duncan Howard 1978 Dwight Sweatt 1979 Dwight Sweatt 1980 Gene Tillman 1981 George Parker 1982 George Parker 1983 Tim Richardson 1984 Alphonso Wiggins 1985 Alphonso Wiggins 1986 Maurice Wiggins 1987 Donald Morris 1988 Michael Howard 1989 Donald Morris 1990 Michael Howard 1991 Brian Rountree 1992 Steve Hines 1993 Brian Rountree 1994 Brian Rountree 1995 Reggie Bureau 1996 Theo Roach 1997 Lydell Finley 1998 Tyrone Sellers 1999 Chad Smith 2000 Chad Smith 2001 Ben Anderson 2002 Anthony Owens 2003 Monte’ Anthony 2004 Monte’ Anthony 2005 Monte’ Anthony 2006 Rashad Howard 2007 Rashad Howard 2008 Dwight Fluker-Berry 2009 Dwight Fluker-Berry 2010 Dwight Fluker-Berry 2011 Victor Hairston 2012 Keith Johnson 2013 Collin Frazer 2014 Damian Smith

11 9 11 10 8 9 10 7 10 9 11 9 7 10 10 10 7 10 10 11 10 6 11 10 11 11 9 9 11 10 11 12 11 11 12 11 12 8

23 22 21 5 5 10 5 10 29 6 20 15 13 22 19 8 4 10 10 12 18 9 21 33 32 27 13 9 16 10 16 7 9 10 15 4 11 11

298 287 237 43 144 69 102 85 111 89 268 351 207 195 147 181 37 151 124 33 256 13 215 423 205 232 87 42 130 224 127 114 112 205 171 83 45 191

12.9 13.0 11.3 8.6 28.8 6.9 20.4 8.5 3.8 14.8 9.9 23.4 15.9 8.9 7.7 22.6 9.3 15.1 12.4 2.8 15.9 1.4 10.2 12.8 6.4 8.6 6.7 4.7 8.1 22.4 7.9 16.3 12.4 20.5 11.4 20.8 4.1 17.4

0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

G 9 8 10 10 11 11 12 11 9 11 10 8 8 10 11 10 8 9 9 7 9 10 10 7 10 10 11 10 10 8 10 10 11 12 9 11 10 11 12 11 11 12 11 12 11

No. Yards Avg. TD 17 400 23.5 1 16 370 23.1 0 18 350 19.4 0 15 319 21.3 0 12 176 14.7 0 16 318 19.8 0 11 258 23.4 0 12 379 23.6 0 10 210 21.0 0 14 257 18.4 0 7 145 20.7 0 10 205 20.5 0 12 224 18.7 0 16 296 18.5 0 21 504 24.0 1 18 320 17.8 0 22 495 22.5 1 25 523 20.9 0 9 197 21.7 0 11 210 19.9 0 14 295 21.1 0 18 302 16.8 0 16 293 18.3 0 12 284 23.1 1 30 692 23.1 0 21 358 17.0 1 11 178 16.2 0 20 414 20.7 0 20 362 18.1 0 20 429 21.5 0 26 521 20.0 0 14 340 24.3 0 30 832 27.7 1 34 685 20.1 0 14 290 20.7 0 11 205 18.6 0 25 522 20.9 0 29 698 24.1 0 16 424 26.5 1 26 572 22.0 0 22 401 18.2 0 16 342 21.4 0 17 368 21.6 0 32 554 17.3 0 9 177 19.7 0

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE NFL DRAFT HISTORY/RETIRED NUMBERS NSU’S NFL DRAFT HISTORY A look at NSU’s NFL draftees, listed by year. The selection # indicates the number that player was taken in the round in which he was drafted, followed by the number he was drafted overall. Year Round

Selection # Name

Team

Position

Year Round

Selection # Name

Team

Position

2009

6

4 (177)

Don Carey

Browns

CB

1973

15

4 (368)

Condie Pugh

Patriots

RB

1996

5

25 (157)

Kenneth McDaniel Cowboys

OG

16

26 (416)

James Jackson

Dolphins

DE

6

19 (186)

James Roe

Ravens

WR

1972

5

20 (124)

Ron Bolton

Patriots

DB

1990

8

4 (197)

Arthur Jimerson

Raiders

LB

1971

5

7 (111)

Ray Jarvis

Falcons

WR

1985

9

1 (225)

Glenn Jones

Bills

DB

15

9 (373)

Larry James

Broncos

RB

1983

9

10 (234)

George Parker

Bills

RB

1970

5

15 (119)

Pettus Farrar

Chargers

RB

1980

3

7 (63)

Earl Jones

Falcons

DB

1969

3

18 (70)

Eugene Ferguson

Chargers

DT

6

13 (151)

LaRue Harrington

Chargers

RB

1968

14

15 (369)

Alex Moore

49ers

RB

1979

6

9 (146)

Ricky Ray

Saints

DB

1966

14

6 (206)

Lewis Turner

Cowboys

RB

1975

2

22 (48)

Leroy Jones

Rams

DE

1964

19

13 (265)

John Baker

Packers

DE

NSU’S RETIRED JERSEY NUMBERS NSU has retired three jersey numbers that are no longer worn by members of the Spartan football program. Here is more info on each: No. Name

Note

14 Ronald Jones (QB)

NSU’s starting quarterback in 1988 was killed in 1990 ... completed 58% of his passes with 9 TDs as a senior in ‘88.

42 LaRue Harrington (RB) NSU’s No. 2 all-time rusher (3,659 yards) had three 1,000-yard seasons, with a high of 1,090 as a sophomore (‘77). 72 Thomas Bond (DL)

4-year starter passed away in May 1980 shortly after his senior year (‘79) ... had 132 tackles as a sophomore (‘77).

LaRue Harrington is NSU’s No. 2 all-time leading rusher and was a 6th round NFL draft choice in 1980.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION HERE SPARTANS INTEXT THE PROS A look at Norfolk State football players who signed professional football contracts, listed by their final year of eligibility: 1963 1964 1965

1966 1967

1968 1969

1970

1971

1972 1973

1974 1975

1976 1977 1978 1979

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1988 1990 1992

1995

John Baker (DE) – Green Bay Packers, Montreal Alouettes, New York Giants Willie Holland (RB) – Harrisonburg (Pa.) Capitals Kenny Reaves (DB) – Atlanta Falcons, St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Chargers; Lewis Turner (DE) – Dallas Cowboys; Joe Langston (LB) – Montreal Alouettes, Norfolk Neptunes (CFL*); Charlie Williams (DT) – Norfolk Neptunes (CFL*); Raymond Edmonds (RB) – Harrisonburg (Pa.) Capitals Johnny Cannon (LB) – Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL); Raymond Smith (DT) – Houston Oilers Bob Windley (DE) – Miami Dolphins; Don Porter (OE) – Dallas Cowboys; Andy Hiedeberg (WR/PR) – Rhode Island Steelers; Milt Mason (RB) – Baltimore Colts, Norfolk Neptunes (CFL*), Harrisonburg (Pa.) Capitals, Long Island Red Birds; Emzie Abbott (DT) – Montreal Alouettes (CFL) LaVerne Dickerson (C) – Dallas Cowboys; Mike Johnson (OG) – Montreal Alouettes (CFL) Gene Ferguson (DT) – San Diego Chargers; Kenny Edmonds (TE/PK) – Dallas Cowboys; Bill Murphy (WR) – Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills; Earl Bryant (DB) Kansas City Chiefs, Norfolk Neptunes (CFL*) Pettus Farrar (DB) – San Diego Chargers, Norfolk Neptunes (CFL*); Charlie Carroll (RB) – Dallas Cowboys; Harvey Dorsey (OB) – Los Angeles Rams; Lafayette Robinson (LB) – Dallas Cowboys; Wyman Duke (DT) – New Orleans Saints, Richmond Saints; Jim Minor (RB) – Pittsburgh Steelers Ray Jarvis (WR) – Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, New England Patriots; Larry James (RB) – Denver Broncos; Ron Davis (OG) – Washington Redskins, Norfolk Neptunes (CFL*) Ron Bolton (DB) – New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns Condie Pugh (RB) – Edmonton Eskimos, New England Patriots, Zach Rogers (RB/ PR) – Dallas Cowboys; James Jackson (DE) – Miami Dolphins, Edmonton Eskimos (CFL); John Hamilton (DB) – New England Patriots; William Betts (DB) – Kansas City Chiefs; Robert Beale (RB) – Dallas Cowboys, Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Leroy Jones (DE) – Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), San Diego Chargers, Los Angeles Rams Bob Colbert (DB) – New York Giants; Eddie London (DB) – Dallas Cowboys; Rob Tillis (WR/P) – Philadelphia Bell (WFL); Moses Trotter (DT) – Philadelphia Bell (WFL); Larry Stepney (RB) – Philadelphia Bell (WFL) Tony Knight (DB) – New York Jets Jim Flowers (DB) – San Diego Chargers Joe Bell (DE) – Oakland Raiders; Ricky Ray (DB) – New Orleans Saints Dennis Anderson (DE) – Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL); George Butts (LB) – Kansas City Chiefs; LaRue Harrington (RB) – San Diego Chargers, Los Angeles Express (USFL); Darrell Earl Jones (DB) – Atlanta Falcons; Dwight Sweatt (WR) – Oakland Raiders None Don Herring (OT) – Seattle Seahawks, Reggie Smallwood (DB) Seattle Seahawks George Parker (RB) – Buffalo Bills; Joe Scott (FS) – Seattle Seahawks Orlando Goodhope (RB) – Dallas Cowboys Glenn Jones (DB) – Buffalo Bills; Bruce Manley (DB) – Seattle Seahawks Willie Gillus (QB) – Green Bay Packers, British Columbia Lions (CFL), Toronto Argonauts (CFL), Ottawa Roughriders (CFL), Kansas City Chiefs Art Jimerson (LB) – Los Angeles Raiders Mikel Waugh (RB) – Hamilton Tiger-Cats; Jesse Chavis III (DB) – Los Angles Rams; Gary Morris (WR) – San Francisco 49ers, Memphis Mad Dogs (CFL); Anthony Kearney (OT) – Los Angeles Raiders; Rodney Baylor (TE/DE) – Charlotte Rage (AFL) Kenneth McDaniel (OT) – Dallas Cowboys, Norfolk Nighthawks (AF2); James Roe (WR) – Baltimore Ravens, San Jose SaberCats (AFL); Aaron Sparrow (QB) – Calgary Stampeders (CFL), Nashville Kats (Arena), Carolina Cobras (AF2), Buffalo Destroyers (AF2), Augusta Stallions (AF2), Norfolk Nighthawks (AF2)

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2002

2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

Michael Early (OL) – Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens Travoris Carnes (DL) – Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), Norfolk Nighthawks (AF2); Kyle Grove (DB) Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers (AF2), Scottish Claymores (NFL Europe) LaShaun Mack (OL) – Washington Redskins, New York Giants, Norfolk Nighthawks (AF2); Leon Grove (DB) Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers (AF2); Jamal Naji (DL) – Atlantic City Cardsharks (NIFL), Lexington Horsemen (AF2) Goodluck Owi (TE/DE) – Toronto Argonauts (CFL) Kevin Talley (LB) – Quad City Steamwheelers (AF2) Emery Sammons (WR) – Manchester Wolves (AF2), Spokane Shock (AF2/AFL), Philadelphia Soul, Tampa Bay Storm (AFL) Casey Hansen (QB) – Philadelphia Eagles, Spokane Shock (AF2) Don Carey (DB) – Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions Terrell Whitehead (DB) – Jacksonville Jaguars; Chris Bell (WR) – New Orleans Saints, Green Bay Blizzard (IFL); Dennis Brown (QB) – Calgary Stampeders (CFL), Richmond Revolution (IFL), Virginia Destroyers (UFL) Dante Barnes (DB) – Washington Redskins, Virginia Destroyers (UFL) William Falakiseni (C) – Tri-Cities Fever (IFL) Calton Ford (OL) – Cleveland Browns Chris Walley (QB) – Lakeland Raiders (UIFL) Lynden Trail (LB) – Houston Texas; Keenan Lambert (DB) – Seattle Seahawks

2010 2011 2014 Note: Teams are NFL members unless noted League abbreviations: AFL – Arena Football League AF2 – Arena Football League 2 CFL – Canadian Football League CFL* – Continental Football League (now defunct) IFL – Indoor Football League NIFL – National Indoor Football League WFL – World Football League (later became NFL Europe) NFL Europe – National Football League, Europe UFL – United Football League UIFL – Ultimate Indoor Football League

Don Carey was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2009, then later signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Carey started 10 games with the Jaguars as a rookie in 2010. He signed with the Detroit Lions during the 2011 season and has appeared in 41 games with 12 starts over the last four seasons.

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE ALL-AMERICANS 1968 Gene Ferguson – Pittsburgh Courier 1969 None 1970 None 1971 Ron Bolton – Pittsburgh Courier 1972 None 1973 None 1974 Moses Trotter – Pittsburgh Courier 1975 None 1976 James Flowers – Associated Press, Pittsburgh Courier, Mutual Black Network Mike Macklin – NAIA 1977 None 1978 None 1979 Mike Ellis – Associated Press, NAIA** LaRue Harrington – Mizlou, Pepsi, Football News Darrell Jones – Mizlou, Pepsi, Football News 1980 Don Herring – SBN 1981 None 1982 Joe Scott – NAIA** 1983 None 1984 Tony Johnson – SBN 1985 None 1986 Don Lee – Football News 1987 None 1988 Eric Still – Associated Press**** 1989 Art Jimerson – Kodak, Associated Press, Football Gazette, SBN 1990 Rod Daniels – SBN, ESPN Black College Sports Leroy Haynesworth – ESPN Black College Sports, College Football Preview 1991 Leroy Haynesworth – SBN, Football Gazette 1992 None 1993 None 1994 James Roe – AFCA, SBC, Sporting News, Eddie Hayes Black College, Football Gazette, NCAA Division II** Aaron Sparrow – Eddie Hayes**, Football Gazette**, NCM Division II** 1995 James Roe – Kodak, Associated Press, SBN, NCAA Division II, Football Gazette, VaSID, C.M. Franks Aaron Sparrow – Football Gazette, SBN, C.M. Franks, VaSID,

Leroy Haynesworth picked up two honors in 1991.

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NCM Division II**, Associated Press (Third Team) Kenneth McDaniel – VaSID, C.M. Franks, NCAA Division II (Third Team), C.M. Franks, Football Gazette, Associated Press** John Greene – VaSID***, C.M. Franks** Ronald Boone – VaSID***, C.M. Franks 2003 Kevin Talley – AP**, The Sports Network**, SBN Black College 2004 Kevin Talley – Walter Camp, The Sports Network, I-AA.org , AP**, SBN Black College (Defensive Player of the Year) 2005 Jonathan Allen – SBN Black College 2007 Terrell Whitehead – The Sports Network (3rd Team) Marquez Davis – SBN Black College, The Sports Network**** Jason Kressen – SBN Black College 2008 Terrell Whitehead – The Sports Network (3rd Team) 2009 Terrell Whitehead – The Sports Network, Associated Press, Walter Camp, SBN Black College William Falakiseni – SBN Black College 2010 DeAngelo Branche – SBN Black College, Phil Steele (3rd team) 2011 Ryan Estep – Associated Press**, BoxToRow (HBCU), SBN Black College, College Sports Madness** Blake Matthews – Associated Press**, The Sports Network **, BoxToRow (HBCU), SBN Black College Xavier Boyce – BoxToRow (HBCU) Kendall Noble – BoxToRow (HBCU), SBN Black College Corwin Hammond – BoxToRow (HBCU), SBN Black College 2012 Xavier Boyce (WR) – College Sporting News/HBCU Lynden Trail (OLB/DE) – Beyond Sports Network FCS****, College Sporting News/HBCU 2013 Lynden Trail (OLB) – The Sports Network, College Sports Journal, Associated Press***, Beyond Sports Network****, SBN Black College Darrin Marrow (CB) – Beyond Sports Network*** Joseph Hawkins (TE) – Beyond Sports Network**** 2014 Lynden Trail (LB) – The Sports Network, Associated Press**, Beyond Sports Network****, BoxToRow (HBCU), SBN Black College Keenan Lambert (DB) – SBN Black College George Riddick (DL) – Beyond Sports Network****

**Second team

*** Third team

****Honorable Mention/4th Team

Linebacker Lynden Trail (left) earned FCS All-America honors in all three of his years at NSU (2012-14).

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SPARTAN’SALL-CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE SELECTIONS All-CIAA

1963 John Baker, E 1964 None 1965 N/A 1966 Raymond Smith, G; Chauncey Crenshaw, DB; Bob Windby, DL 1967 None 1968 Ray Jarvis, WR; Gene Ferguson, OL 1969 Ray Jarvis, WR; Lafayette Robinson, LB 1970 Ray Jarvis, WR 1971 LeRoy Jones, DL 1972 LeRoy Jones, DL 1973 Adolph Santiful, RB 1974 Steve Graeff, QB; Moses Trotter, DL 1975 Dexter Curry, OL; Roger Nance, DL 1976 Robert Powell, WR; Dexter Curry, OL; James Flowers, DB 1977 Mike Ellis, DB; LaRue Harrington, RB 1978 Joe Bell, DB; George Butts, LB; Dwight Sweatt, KR/PR 1979 LaRue Harrington, RB; Dwight Sweatt, WR; Jimmy Robinson, QB; Mike Ellis, DB; Melvin Sturdifen, LB 1980 Don Herring, OL; Alonzo Ricks, MG; Orlando Goodhope, RB; Jeff Gunn, WR; Reggie Smallwood, DB; Johnny High, TE 1981 Jeff Gunn, WR; Don Herring, OL; Joe Scott, DB 1982 Brian Evans, P/PK; Joe Scott, DB; Quinton Ward, DL 1983 Orlando Goodhope, RB; Leon Smith, LB 1984 Ernest Hines, OL; Anthony Johnson, RB; Quinton Ward, DL; Glen Jones, DB; Leon Smith, LB; Melvin Wallace, DB 1985 Dale Browder, P/K; Alphonso Smith, OL; Ted Bates, DL; Pat Creecy, DB 1986 Pat Creecy, DB 1987 Rob Robertson, OL; Rod Daniels, OL; Ted Bates, DL; Ben Jackson, LB** 1988 Rob Robertson, OL; Eric Still, WR; Donnie Morris, PR; Michael Howard, KR; Larry Bryant, DB; James Stallings, LB 1989 Rob Robertson, OL; Rod Daniels, OL; Doug Edwards, OL; Eric Still, WR; Art Jimerson, LB 1990 Rod Daniels, OL; Mikel Waugh, RB; Jesse Chavis, DB; Leroy Haynesworth, DB 1991 Jesse Chavis, DB; Leroy Haynesworth, DB; Lawrence Holmes, P; Karlsten Skinner, RB**; Gary Morris, WR**; Sam Adams, DL**; Michael Howard, KR** 1992 None 1993 James Roe, WR; James Walton, LB; Kermit Buggs, QB**, Robert Ross, DB**; Darrian Walker, OL**; Lawrence Holmes, P** 1994 James Roe, WR/PR; Aaron Sparrow, QB; Chris Patterson, OL; Darius Blount, WR** 1995 James Roe, WR/PR; Ronald Boone, TE; Aaron Sparrow, QB; Kenneth McDaniel, OL; Keith Mungin***,OL; Robert Morris**, K; John Greene**, DL;

Linebacker Arthur Jimerson (middle) was an All-CIAA pick and an AP All-American in 1989.

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John Quinerly, RB; Ronald Boone, TE; Eric Musgrove, T; Robert Johnson, LB; John Greene, DT; Darius Blount, WR**; Sunnil Motley, LB**; Michael Early, OL***

All-MEAC 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

2012 2013 2014

Michael Early, OL** Angelo Todd, RB; Michael Early, OL LaShaun Mack, OL** Travoris Carnes, DL; LaShaun Mack, OL; Marcus Gray, DB** Michael Kelly, DL; Vaughan McAfee, LB**; Brent Sanders, DL** Jamal Naji, DE; Marcus Gray, DB**; Terrell Johnson, RB**, Goodluck Owi, TE** Kevin Talley, LB; Terrell Johnson, RB ** Kevin Talley, LB; Howard Gilmore, WR Jonathan Allen, TE; Maguell Davis, LB**; Tyrus Lassiter, OL** Jonathan Allen, TE; Emanuel Swindell, OL** Jason Kressen, OL; Marquez Davis, LB; Terrell Whitehead, DB; Daryl Jones, RB**; Jamar Johnson, WR**; Dexter Bailey, TE**; Dennis Marsh, DL**; Maguell Davis, LB**; Don Carey, DB**; Justin Castellat, K** Terrell Whitehead, DB; Justin Castellat, K; Dennis Marsh, DL; DeAngelo Branche, RB**; Don Carey, DB** Terrell Whitehead, DB; Chris Bell, WR; Josh Turner, DL; William Falakiseni, C; DeAngelo Branche, RB**; Sherron Childress, TE**; Anthony Taylor, LB**; Calton Ford, OL**; Kendall Noble, OL** DeAngelo Branche, RB; William Falakiseni, C**; Kendall Noble, OL**; Josh Turner, DL** Xavier Boyce, WR; Joey Christine, DL**; Ryan Estep, K; Corwin Hammond, LB; Joseph Hawkins, TE**; Blake Matthews, OL; Kendall Noble, OL; DeVonte Reynolds, DB**; Josh Turner, DL; Chris Walley, QB Lynden Trail, DL; Joseph Hawkins, TE; Dylan Shaddix, P; Xavier Boyce, WR**; Everett Goldberg, K** Rolandan Finch, RB; Joseph Hawkins, TE; Lynden Trail, OLB; Darrin Marrow, CB; Deon King, OLB/DE**; Blake Matthews, OL***; George Riddick, DL*** Lynden Trail, LB; Deon King, DE/LB; George Riddick, DL; Keenan Lambert, DB; Isaac White, WR**; Justin Myler, OL***; Marcell Coke, LB***; Darin Marrow, CB***; Dylan Shaddix, P***; Cameron Marouf, K***

**Second team *** 3rd Team/Honorable mention (The MEAC began selecting a third all-conference team in 2013)

Safety Keenan Lambert was one of four first-team All-MEAC selections from the Spartans’ 2014 defensive unit.

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT RESULTS HERE Season Total

69-22

1946 (4-5) Opponent Result Elizabeth City State W Swift Junior College W Brown Bombers L Cheyney State L Elizabeth City State W Fayetteville State L Maryland State W Virginia State ‘B’ L Storer College L Season Total

Score 20-6 13-0 6-7 0-13 7-0 0-13 20-6 0-13 6-18 72-76

1947 (5-2) Opponent Result Swift Junior College W Portsmouth ‘Y’ W Cheyney State W Storer College W Fayetteville State W Maryland State L Elizabeth City State L Season Total

Score 32-13 13-0 27-7 20-0 15-12 6-31 8-12 121-75

1948 (5-3-1) Opponent Result Battling Palms L Livingstone W Virginia Seminary W Storer College W Hampton ‘B’ L Fayetteville State T Virginia Union ‘B’ W Miner College W Elizabeth City State L Season Total

Score 9-12 41-0 60-0 50-0 0-2 6-6 14-0 21-6 7-14 208-40

From 1942-44, NSU canceled its football program due to World War II

1949 (6-0) Opponent Result Livingstone W Virginia Seminary W Hampton ‘B’ W Fayetteville State W Storer College W Elizabeth City State W Season Total

Score 28-0 6-0 21-6 25-12 14-6 7-6 101-30

Leroy Porter Era 7 seasons (30-17-4), .627 1945 (3-2-1) Opponent Result Hampton Freshman W Fayetteville State L Navy All-Stars T Fayetteville State L Brown Bombers W BTW High School W

1950 (5-2-1) Opponent Virginia State ‘B’ Cheyney State Fayetteville State Livingstone Miner ClaflinCollege Virginia Seminary Elizabeth City State

Score 0-13 13-0 15-12 28-0 40-0 6-14 20-0 0-0

Mickey Yancey Era 2 seasons (5-7), .417

1938 (1-4) Opponent Result Virginia Union Fr. W Hampton Institute L Fayetteville State L Elizabeth City State L B.T. (Norfolk) L Season Total

Score 13-6 0-13 0-53 0-52 0-9 13-133

1939 (4-3) Opponent Result Score Virginia Union L 6-22 Hampton Freshman W 13-0 Virginia State ‘B’ L 0-12 Fayetteville State L 0-7 Elizabeth City State W 20-0 Kittrell W 79-0 B.T. (Norfolk) W 14-8 Season Total 132-49 James Gill Era 2 seasons (9-3-2), .714 1940 (3-3-1) Opponent Result Score Princess Anne W 20-6 Bordentown L 0-7 Fayetteville State L 20-21 Virginia State ‘B’ T 0-0 St. Augustine’s W 12-0 Hampton Freshman W 20-12 Elizabeth City State L 6-13 Season Total 78-59 1941 (6-0-1) Opponent Result Score Miner W 6-0 Bordentown W 19-0 Fayetteville State W 26-0 Hampton Freshman W 13-0 Winston-Salem T 13-13 St. Augustine’s W 25-7 Elizabeth City State W 21-6 Season Total 123-26

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Result L W W W W L W T

Season Total

122-39

1951 (2-3-1) Opponent Result Brown Bombers L Morristown W Fayetteville State L Livingstone W Elizabeth City State L Claflin T Season Total

Score 0-12 19-0 6-19 20-0 0-19 14-14 59-64

Ed Ferrell Era 3 seasons (8-12-0), .400

1952 (5-2) Opponent Result Morristown W Miner W Fayetteville State L Livingstone W Miner W Voorhees W Elizabeth City State L Season Total

Score 14-7 25-0 0-32 7-6 19-0 14-0 2-6 81-51

1953 (1-6) Opponent Result Virginia Union L Delaware State L Fayetteville State L Livingstone L Morristown L South Carolina Trade W Elizabeth City State L Season Total

Score 0-45 0-18 2-12 14-20 7-12 26-0 6-13 55-120

1954 (2-4) Opponent Result Delaware State L 3rd Anti-Aircraft W Livingstone L Morristown W South Carolina Trade L Elizabeth City State L Season Total

Score 0-7 13-12 13-14 18-6 13-25 6-19 63-83

Joe Echols Era 6 seasons (28-19-1), .594 1955 (3-5) Opponent Result St. Paul’s L 3rd Anti-Aircraft L South Carolina Trade W Voorhees L Livingstone W Morristown W Fort Monroe L Elizabeth City State L Season Total

Score 0-6 6-42 12-9 6-19 19-6 21-0 6-32 6-21 76-135

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT RESULTS HERE 1956 (2-6) Opponent Result St. Paul’s L South Carolina Trade L Voorhees L D.C. Teachers W Morristown W Kittrell College L Elizabeth City State L Livingstone L Season Total

Score 0-19 6-7 6-14 19-6 6-0 6-12 8-14 0-6 51-78

1957 (5-1) Opponent Result Score South Carolina Trade W 13-0 Voorhees W 40-18 Livingstone W 25-12 Morristown W 25-0 Kittrell W 14-6 Elizabeth City State L 0-20 Season Total 117-56 1958 (5-3) Opponent Result Score Central State L 12-18 South Carolina Trade L 8-20 Voorhees W 16-12 Livingstone L 14-30 Friendship W 20-0 Elizabeth City State W 8-0 Morristown W 58-6 Kittrell W 21-11 Season Total 162-99 1959 (7-1-1) Opponent Result Score Virginia Union T 12-12 Central State W 22-16 Friendship W 86-0 South Carolina Trade W 16-0 Voorhees L 6-24 Livingstone W 12-6 Kittrell W 26-12 Elizabeth City State W 20-6 Morristown W 8-0 Season Total 208-76 1960 (6-3) Opponent Virginia Union Central State Elizabeth City State South Carolina Trade West Virginia State Voorhees Livingstone Kittrell Friendship

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Result Score W 14-12 L 0-47 W 42-20 L 6-20 W 20-8 W 30-20 L 0-15 W 19-0 W 21-6

Season Total Bill Archie Era 6 seasons (22-24), .478 1961 (4-3) Opponent Result Virginia Union L Elizabeth City State W West Virginia State W D.C. Teachers W Livingstone L Maryland State L St. Paul’s W Season Total

152-148

Score 8-26 24-7 22-7 16-6 8-14 0-32 13-12 91-104

1962 (5-3) Opponent Result Virginia Union L Elizabeth City State W West Virginia State W North Carolina A&T L D.C. Teachers W Livingstone W Maryland State L St. Paul’s W Season Total

Score 10-26 14-0 20-0 6-13 45-0 34-6 6-7 12-0 147-52

1963 (4-4) Opponent Result Virginia Union W Elizabeth City State W Central State L North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Livingstone W Maryland State L Virginia State L Season Total

Score 12-2 18-8 7-29 7-34 42-0 62-0 6-19 7-13 161-105

1964 (2-5) Opponent Virginia Union Elizabeth City State North Carolina Hampton Livingstone Maryland State Virginia State Season Total 1965 (4-4) Opponent Virginia Union Elizabeth City State North Carolina A&T Hampton Livingstone Maryland State Virginia State

Result L L L W W L L

Score 0-7 0-20 13-36 13-9 47-6 7-31 0-22 80-131

Result W W L W W L L

Score 18-13 19-6 20-27 20-0 22-20 0-14 6-21

Morgan State L Season Total 1966 (3-5) Opponent Result Virginia Union L Elizabeth City State W North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Livingstone L Maryland State W Virginia State L Morgan State L Season Total

0-33 105-134 Score 17-32 16-6 6-40 33-27 0-31 22-20 3-21 0-34 97-211

Willie Smith Era 1 season (4-4), .500

1967 (4-4) Opponent Result West Virginia State W Elizabeth City State L North Carolina A&T W Hampton W Virginia Union L Maryland State L Virginia State W Morgan State L Season Total

Score 6-3 12-14 17-14 23-20 14-34 0-14 31-7 0-63 103-169

Curt Maddox Era 4 seasons (11-21-1), .348 1968 (2-5-1) Opponent Result Score Glenville State L 6-7 Elizabeth City State W 34-14 North Carolina A&T L 14-61 Hampton L 7-13 Virginia Union W 37-26 Maryland State T 27-27 Virginia State L 17-21 Morgan State L 7-34 Season Total 149-203 1969 (4-4) Opponent Result West Virginia State L Elizabeth City State L North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union W Maryland State W Virginia State W Morgan State L Season Total 1970 (3-6) Opponent Morgan State

Result L

Score 22-28 19-32 14-20 30-6 22-21 7-6 39-0 6-48 159-161 Score 7-15

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT RESULTS HERE Elizabeth City State L Livingstone W North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union W Maryland State L Virginia State L Grambling L Season Total 1971 (2-6) Opponent Result Morgan State L Elizabeth City State L Winston-Salem State W North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union L Virginia State L Grambling L Season Total

18-28 34-13 18-21 52-6 22-19 14-32 0-21 13-55 178-210 Score 9-33 7-12 17-14 3-25 30-15 0-21 0-39 0-55 66-214

Bob Ledbetter Era 2 seasons (8-12), .400

1972 (3-7) Opponent Result Tennessee State L Fayetteville State L Elizabeth City State W Winston-Salem State L North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union L Virginia State L Grambling L St. Paul’s W Season Total

Score 6-56 14-21 29-14 14-32 14-35 33-14 14-26 6-21 6-39 56-8 192-266

1973 (5-5) Opponent Result Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State L Winston-Salem State W North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union L Shaw W Virginia State L Grambling L St. Paul’s W Season Total

Score 34-16 11-14 21-10 12-26 21-6 0-26 64-12 0-16 6-32 48-8 217-166

Dick Price Era 10 seasons (62-41-4), .598 3 CIAA Championships (1974, 1975, 1976) (*-CIAA Championship game) 1974 (8-3) - CIAA Champion

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Opponent Result St. Paul’s W Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State W Winston-Salem State W North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union W Shaw W Virginia State* W Grambling L Tuskegee L Season Total

Score 47-8 28-9 27-7 26-10 6-8 27-10 21-10 22-16 7-6 10-16 14-15 235-115

1975 (8-3) - CIAA Champion Opponent Result Score Elon W 33-31 Fayetteville State W 9-7 Elizabeth City State W 33-13 Winston-Salem State W 42-14 North Carolina A&T L 13-35 Hampton L 7-27 Virginia Union W 23-14 Shaw W 21-0 Virginia State W 28-10 Grambling L 0-26 St. Paul’s* W 40-14 Season Total 249-191 1976 (8-4) - CIAA Champion Opponent Result Elon L Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State W Winston-Salem State W North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union W Bethune-Cookman W Virginia State W Grambling L St. Paul’s* W South Carolina State L Season Total 1977 (4-6-1) Opponent William & Mary Livingstone Fayetteville State Elizabeth City State Winston-Salem State North Carolina A&T Hampton Virginia Union Virginia State Grambling

Result L W W W L L L L T L

Score 0-3 28-7 42-14 13-6 7-13 24-7 10-6 23-14 17-7 19-41 33-17 10-26 226-161 Score 13-27 14-13 28-7 37-0 14-21 14-21 0-18 15-21 21-21 21-48

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41-0 218-197

1978 (6-4) Opponent Result St. Paul’s W Livingstone W Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State L Winston-Salem State L North Carolina A&T L Hampton W Virginia Union L Bowie State W Virginia State W Season Total

Score 36-7 36-10 34-12 9-23 7-24 28-39 16-6 0-6 23-7 3-0 192-134

1979 (8-3-1) Opponent Result St. Paul’s W Livingstone W Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State W Winston-Salem State T North Carolina A&T W Hampton W Virginia Union L Bethune-Cookman L Virginia State W Bowie State W South Carolina State L Season Total

Score 41-0 36-3 35-0 18-8 21-21 27-26 26-13 9-41 14-21 14-12 26-6 7-32 274-183

1980 (5-4-1) Opponent Result St. Paul’s L Livingstone W Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State L Winston-Salem State L Elon L Hampton W Virginia Union T Bethune-Cookman W Virginia State W Season Total

Score 15-18 25-0 20-0 12-21 13-17 26-65 37-14 26-26 20-7 32-29 226-197

1981 (4-5-1) Opponent St. Paul’s Fayetteville State Elizabeth City State Winston-Salem State Elon Hampton Virginia Union Howard

Result W W W L T L L L

Score 67-2 27-6 24-0 6-25 20-20 20-23 13-43 28-49

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT RESULTS HERE Virginia State W North Carolina Central L Season Total

36-12 21-27 262-207

1982 (6-4) Opponent Result St. Paul’s W Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State W Winston-Salem State W North Carolina Central W Hampton W Virginia Union L Howard L Virginia State L Cheyney State L Season Total

Score 27-0 26-6 7-3 16-7 14-9 25-7 0-51 18-24 7-13 19-20 159-140

1983 (5-5) Opponent Result St. Paul’s W Cheyney State W Elizabeth City State L Bowie State W North Carolina Central L Hampton L Virginia Union L Howard W Virginia State L Livingstone W Season Total

Score 15-9 17-0 0-15 21-6 6-47 12-14 21-48 19-12 3-23 43-20 157-194

Willard Bailey Era 9 seasons, (52-40-1), .565 1 CIAA Championship (1984) 1984 (10-2) - CIAA Champion Opponent Result Score St. Paul’s W 22-7 Cheyney W 14-6 Elizabeth City State W 17-0 Bowie State W 38-0 North Carolina Central W 29-26 Hampton W 15-7 Virginia Union W 6-0 Howard W 42-10 Virginia State L 14-17 Livingstone W 27-18 Winston-Salem State* W 20-19 Towson State ** L 21-31 Season Total 265-141 * CIAA Championship game ** NCAA Division II playoffs

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1985 (6-4) Opponent Result St. Paul’s W William & Mary L Johnson C. Smith W Elizabeth City State W Fayetteville State W North Carolina Central W Hampton L Virginia Union W Howard L Virginia State L Season Total

Score 37-0 15-28 28-0 45-3 34-14 32-14 35-36 16-10 21-28 17-27 280-160

1989 (6-3-1) Opponent Result Score Morgan State L 20-31 Cheyney W 22-0 Livingstone W 43-0 Elizabeth City State W 57-0 North Carolina A&T W 6-0 Bowie State L 13-33 Hampton T 20-20 Virginia Union L 13-29 Southern Connecticut W 39-30 Virginia State W 16-13 Season Total 249-156

1986 (4-6) Opponent Result St. Paul’s W Fayetteville State W Johnson C. Smith W Elizabeth City State L Morgan State W Hampton L Virginia Union L Howard L Virginia State L Bloomsburg L Season Total

Score 45-0 38-21 6-0 14-20 23-21 14-19 24-56 13-38 14-23 7-21 198-219

1990 (7-3) Opponent Result Fort Valley State W Cheyney W Livingstone W Elizabeth City State W North Carolina A&T L Bowie State W Hampton W Virginia Union L Southern Connecticut L Virginia State W Season Total

Score 30-6 32-0 30-14 29-0 6-20 29-17 27-18 23-30 39-48 21-20 266-173

1991 (7-3) Opponent Result Virginia State W Morgan State W Johnson C. Smith W Millersville L Elizabeth City State W North Carolina A&T L Bowie State W Hampton W Virginia Union L Fayetteville State W Season Total

Score 18-12 27-9 32-6 16-34 26-21 14-50 35-13 26-12 11-39 28-14 233-210

1992 (3-7) Opponent Result Virginia State L Johnson C. Smith L Fayetteville State L Elizabeth City State W North Carolina A&T L Bowie State W Hampton L Virginia Union L Kentucky State W Bethune-Cookman L Season Total

Score 21-28 0-7 23-32 46-45 6-35 24-7 0-60 38-41 23-6 26-31 207-292

1987 (4-7) Opponent Result Score Bloomsburg W 26-17 Cheyney L 7-12 N. Carolina Central L 20-28 Elizabeth City State W 27-7 North Carolina A&T W 20-17 Winston-Salem State L 20-36 Hampton L 17-48 Virginia Union L 6-37 Howard L 6-43 Virginia State L 10-35 St. Paul’s W 50-3 Season Total 209-283 1988 (5-5) Opponent Result Bloomsburg L Lane (Tenn.) W N. Carolina Central L Elizabeth City State W North Carolina A&T W Winston-Salem State L Hampton W Virginia Union L Morgan State W Virginia State L Season Total

Score 6-14 51-13 7-10 20-9 30-6 14-31 34-27 28-41 35-9 28-38 253-198

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT RESULTS HERE Archie Cooley Era 1 season (3-7-1), .318 1993 (3-7-1) Opponent Result Score Virginia State L 7-21 N. Carolina Central L 20-30 Fayetteville State L 19-34 Elizabeth City State W 40-12 Lane W 54-8 Winston-Salem State T 54-54 Hampton L 21-48 Virginia Union W 21-9 Kentucky State L 24-26 Johnson C. Smith L 13-20 Bethune-Cookman L 31-33 Season Total 304-295 Darnell Moore Era 5 seasons (26-26), .500

1994 (7-3) Opponent Result Virginia State L N. Carolina Central W Fayetteville State W Elizabeth City State L Winston-Salem State W Hampton L Virginia Union W Johnson C. Smith W Lane W Kentucky State W Season Total

Score 6-54 26-24 42-14 26-27 50-48 28-53 45-27 34-30 28-26 60-7 345-310

1995 (7-3) Opponent Result Virginia State L Bowie State W Livingstone W Elizabeth City State W Delaware State L Bethune-Cookman W Hampton L Virginia Union W Johnson C. Smith W N. Carolina Central W Season Total

Score 22-41 27-12 42-28 62-50 14-20 35-33 18-23 58-32 55-14 27-6 360-259

1996 (7-4) Opponent Virginia State Bowie State Livingstone Bethune-Cookman Delaware State Central State Virginia Union Elizabeth City State

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Result L W W W W L W W

Score 15-24 20-14 21-20 41-29 27-23 14-23 38-0 14-7

Howard L Winston-Salem State L Hampton W Season Total

14-42 7-13 14-7 225-202

1997 (3-7) Opponent Result Score Virginia State L 7-36 Virginia Union W 26-0 Florida A&M L 26-41 Delaware State L 21-24 Morgan State W 48-6 South Carolina State L 25-28 Hampton L 2-9 Howard L 24-32 Liberty L 6-17 Bethune-Cookman W 21-7 Season Total 206-200 1998 (2-9, 2-6 MEAC) Opponent Result Virginia State L Florida A&M L Delaware State W Morgan State W North Carolina A&T L South Carolina State L Hampton L Virginia Union L Howard L Liberty L Bethune-Cookman L Season Total

Score 22-30 14-84 38-26 46-43 20-34 26-43 14-59 8-17 20-54 12-45 38-59 258-494

Mo Forte Era 4 seasons (15-29), .341 1999 (2-9, 1-7 MEAC) Opponent Result Virginia State W Florida A&M L Delaware State L North Carolina A&T L South Carolina State L Hampton L Virginia Union L Howard L Morgan State W Bethune-Cookman L Texas Southern L Season Total

Score 19-7 7-56 6-26 14-28 23-27 27-28 9-21 23-29 20-16 6-26 6-22 160-286

2000 (3-8, 2-6 MEAC) Opponent Virginia State Bethune-Cookman Villanova North Carolina A&T

Result W L L L

Score 31-24 6-24 0-42 0-16

South Carolina State W-OT 24-21 Hampton L 19-47 Florida A&M L 14-42 Howard L 0-14 Morgan State W 19-14 Delaware State L 28-31 Texas Southern L 12-17 Season Total 153-292 2001 (5-6, 3-5 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State W 13-0 Bethune-Cookman L 7-32 North Carolina A&T L 0-43 Savannah State W 27-18 Hampton W 28-20 Florida A&M L 9-47 Howard W-OT 7-0 Morgan State W 33-27 Delaware State L 13-43 Morris Brown L 14-42 South Carolina State L 10-16 Season Total 160-288 2002 (5-6, 2-6 MEAC) Opponent Result Virginia State W Savannah State W Bethune-Cookman L North Carolina A&T L South Carolina State L Hampton L Florida A&M L Howard L Morgan State W Delaware State W Morris Brown W Season Total

Score 31-21 35-6 7-49 10-36 9-35 14-31 31-34 0-21 17-14 23-20 32-19 209-286

Willie Gillus Era 2 seasons (2-19-0), .095 2003 (1-11, 0-7 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State L 15-16 Savannah State W 7-3 Virginia Military L 9-34 Bethune-Cookman L 14-56 North Carolina A&T L 14-34 South Carolina State L 15-34 Hampton L 0-52 Florida A&M L 10-60 Howard L 28-42 Liberty L 21-69 Delaware State L 25-36 Morgan State L 34-43 Season Total 192-479

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SPARTAN’S SEASON-BY-SEASON DESCRIPTION TEXT RESULTS HERE 2004 (1-8, 1-6 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State L 7-17 Savannah State L-2 OT 34-41 Bethune-Cookman L 3-43 North Carolina A&T W 27-14 South Carolina State L 14-39 Hampton L 10-58 Howard L 17-35 Morgan State L 28-58 Delaware State L 28-33 Season Total 168-338 Pete Adrian Era 10 seasons (54-60), .474 2005 (4-7, 2-6 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State L 6-34 North Carolina A&T L 14-16 Bethune-Cookman L-4 OT 61-63 Savannah State W 58-29 South Carolina State L 21-35 Hampton L 14-55 Florida A&M L 17-31 Howard W 26-7 Morgan State W 24-21 Delaware State L 17-38 Liberty W 34-17 Season Total 292-346 2006 (4-7, 1-7 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State W 29-14 Virginia Military W 32-19 Bethune-Cookman L 21-22 North Carolina A&T W 42-20 South Carolina State L 10-47 Hampton L 13-42 Florida A&M L-OT 33-36 Howard L 10-13 Morgan State L 20-29 Delware State L 10-33 Winston-Salem State W 31-14 Season Total 251-289 2007 (8-3, 6-2 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State W 33-7 Rutgers L 0-59 Bethune-Cookman W 38-31 North Carolina A&T W 50-20 South Carolina State W-2OT 20-13 Hampton W 20-19 Florida A&M W 33-27 Howard L 10-17 Morgan State W 24-16 Delaware State L-OT 21-28

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Winston-Salem State W Season Total

23-20 272-257

2008 (5-7, 3-5 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State W 47-7 Kentucky L 3-38 North Carolina A&T W 27-21 William & Mary L 12-42 Bethune-Cookman L 17-33 South Carolina State L 23-24 Hampton L 17-35 Florida A&M L 28-31 Howard W 49-12 Morgan State W 35-9 Delaware State L 28-34 Winston-Salem State W 17-14 Season Total 303-300 2009 (7-4, 5-3 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State W 28-10 North Carolina A&T L 13-17 William & Mary L 15-27 Bethune-Cookman W 40-14 South Carolina State L 10-37 Hampton W 46-6 Florida A&M L 20-34 Howard W 41-6 Morgan State W 31-23 Delaware State W 21-16 Winston-Salem State W 28-21 Season Total 293-211 2010 (6-5, 4-4 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Rutgers L 0-31 North Carolina A&T W 23-14 Virginia State W 51-28 Bethune-Cookman L 7-21 South Carolina State L 13-34 Hampton L 6-7 Florida A&M L 13-17 Howard W 10-9 Morgan State W 37-25 Delaware State W 31-21 Savannah State W 42-6 Season Total 233-213 2011 (9-3, 7-1 MEAC) - MEAC Champion Opponent Result Score Virginia State W 37-3 West Virginia L 12-55 Howard W 23-9 Charleston Southern W 33-3 South Carolina State W 17-14 Delaware State W 38-21

Hampton W 34-24 Bethune-Cookman L 6-14 North Carolina A&T W 14-10 Savannah State W 45-3 Morgan State W 47-14 Old Dominion# L 18-35 Season Total 324-205 # - Division I FCS Playoffs (1st Round) 2012 (4-7, 2-6 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Virginia State W 24-0 Liberty W 31-24 Howard L-OT 36-37 Ohio L 10-44 South Carolina State L 0-14 Delaware State L 17-20 Hampton L 14-28 Bethune-Cookman L 3-48 North Carolina A&T L 9-30 Savannah State W 33-21 Morgan State W 30-0 Season Total 207-266 2013 (3-9, 3-5 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Maine L 6-23 Rutgers L 0-38 Charleston Southern L 12-20 Morgan State W 27-21 Savannah State W 26-24 Delaware State L 7-14 Hampton L 17-27 Old Dominion L 24-27 Florida A&M L 6-16 Bethune-Cookman W 27-24 N.C. Central L 13-24 South Carolina State L 3-17 Season Total 168-275 2014 (4-8, 4-4 MEAC) Opponent Result Score Maine L 6-10 Liberty L 0-17 William & Mary L 14-29 Buffalo L 7-36 Morgan State W 15-14 Savannah State W 14-7 Delaware State L-OT 10-13 Hampton W 21-13 Florida A&M W 12-10 Bethune-Cookman L 7-13 N.C. Central L 14-19 South Carolina State L 20-30 Season Total 140-211

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE COACHES RECORDS NSU’S ALL-TIME RECORD BY COACHES Name Years Mickey Yancey 1938-39 James Gill 1940-41 1942-44 canceled due to World War II Leroy Porter 1945-51 Ed Ferrell 1952-54 Joe Echols 1955-60 Bill Archie 1961-66 Willie Smith 1967 Curt Maddox 1968-71 Bob Ledbetter 1972-73 Dick Price 1974-83 Willard Bailey 1984-92 Archie Cooley 1993 Darnell Moore 1994-98 Mo Forte 1999-2002 Willie Gillus 2003-04 Pete Adrian 2005-14 TOTAL

NSU’S ALL-TIME RECORD BY COACHES, BY YEAR Year 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942-44 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954

W 5 9 30 8 28 22 4 11 8 62 52 3 26 15 2 54 339

Name Record Mickey Yancey 1-4-0 Mickey Yancey 4-3-0 James Gill 3-3-1 James Gill 6-0-1 Canceled due to World War II Leroy Porter 3-2-1 Leroy Porter 4-5-0 Leroy Porter 5-2-0 Leroy Porter 5-3-1 Leroy Porter 6-0-0 Leroy Porter 5-2-1 Leroy Porter 2-3-1 Ed Ferrell 5-2-0 Ed Ferrell 1-6-0 Ed Ferrell 2-4-0

L 7 3 17 12 19 24 4 21 12 41 40 7 26 29 19 60 341

T Pct. 0 .417 2 .714 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 14

Pct. .200 .571 .500 .929

Points Scored 13 132 78 123

.583 .444 .714 .611 1.000 .688 .417 .714 .143 .400

69 72 121 208 101 122 59 81 55 63

.627 .400 .594 .478 .500 .348 .400 .598 .565 .318 .500 .341 .095 .474 .499 Points Allowed 133 49 59 26 24 76 75 40 30 39 64 51 120 83

Dick Price coached the Spartans from 1974-83

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SPARTAN’S DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE COACHES RECORDS NSU’S ALL-TIME RECORD BY COACHES, BY YEAR, CONT. Year 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Name Joe Echols Joe Echols Joe Echols Joe Echols Joe Echols Joe Echols Bill Archie Bill Archie Bill Archie Bill Archie Bill Archie Bill Archie Willie Smith Curt Maddox Curt Maddox Curt Maddox Curt Maddox Bob Ledbetter Bob Ledbetter Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Dick Price Willard Bailey Willard Bailey Willard Bailey Willard Bailey Willard Bailey Willard Bailey Willard Bailey Willard Bailey Willard Bailey

Record 3-5-0 2-6-0 5-1-0 5-3-0 7-1-1 6-3-0 4-3-0 5-3-0 4-4-0 2-5-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 4-4-0 2-5-1 4-4-0 3-6-0 2-6-0 3-7-0 5-5-0 8-3-0 8-3-0 8-4-0 4-6-1 6-4-0 8-3-1 5-4-1 4-5-1 6-4-0 5-5-0 10-2-0 6-4-0 4-6-0 4-7-0 5-5-0 6-3-1 7-3-0 7-3-0 3-7-0

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Archie Cooley Darnell Moore Darnell Moore Darnell Moore Darnell Moore Darnell Moore Mo Forte Mo Forte Mo Forte Mo Forte Willie Gillus Willie Gillus Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian Pete Adrian TOTAL

3-7-1 .318 7-3-0 .700 7-3-0 .700 7-4-0 .636 3-7-0 .300 2-9-0 .182 2-9-0 .182 3-8-0 .375 5-6-0 .455 5-6-0 .455 1-11-0 .083 1-8-0 .111 4-7-0 .364 4-7-0 .364 8-3-0 .723 5-7-0 .417 7-4-0 .636 6-5-0 .545 9-3-0 .750 4-7-0 .364 3-9-0 .250 4-8-0 .333 339-341-14 .499

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Pct. .375 .250 .833 .625 .833 .667 .571 .625 .500 .286 .500 .375 .500 .313 .500 .333 .250 .300 .500 .636 .727 .667 .409 .600 .708 .550 .450 .600 .500 .833 .600 .400 .363 .500 .650 .700 .700 .300

Points Scored 76 51 117 162 208 152 91 147 161 80 105 97 103 149 59 178 66 192 271 235 249 226 218 192 274 206 262 159 157 265 280 191 206 253 249 266 233 207

Points Allowed 135 78 56 99 76 148 104 52 105 131 148 211 169 203 161 210 214 266 166 115 191 161 197 134 183 197 207 140 194 141 160 198 283 198 156 173 210 292

304 345 360 226 206 258 160 153 161 209 192 168 292 251 272 303 293 233 324 207 168 140

295 310 259 203 200 494 286 292 278 286 479 338 346 289 257 300 211 213 205 266 275 211

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SPARTAN’S NSU DESCRIPTION TEXT HERE RECORD VS. OPPONENTS NSU VS. ALL OPPONENTS Opponent

Battling Palms Bethune-Cookman Bloomsburg Booker T. Wash. HS Bordentown Bowie State Brown Bombers Central State Charleston Southern Cheyney Claflin Delaware State D.C. Teachers Elizabeth City State Elon Fayetteville State Florida A&M Friendship (J.C.) Fort Monroe Fort Valley State Glenville State Grambling State Hampton Howard Johnson C. Smith Kentucky Kentucky State Kittrell (J.C.) Lane Liberty Livingstone Maine Maryland State (now UMES) Millersville Miner Teachers Morgan State Morris Brown Morristown Navy All-Stars North Carolina A&T North Carolina Central Ohio Old Dominion Portsmouth ‘Y’ Princess Anne Rutgers Savannah State Shaw St. Augustine’s St. Paul’s South Carolina State South Carolina Trade Southern Conn. State Storer Swift (J.C.) Tennessee State 3rd Anti-Aircraft Towson State (now Towson) Tuskegee Virginia Military Virginia Seminary Virginia State Virginia State ‘B’ Voorhees West Virginia West Virginia State William & Mary Winston-Salem State

Gms.

1 25 3 3 2 10 3 5 2 9 2 22 3 55 4 31 15 3 1 1 1 8 52 24 7 1 3 6 3 6 30 2 12 1 5 29 2 9 1 38 12 1 2 1 1 3 10 3 2 20 20 8 2 4 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 50 5 7 1 5 5 21

Rec.

First Game

0-1-0 8-17-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-1 9-1-0 1-2-0 1-4-0 1-1-0 6-3-0 1-1-0 6-16-0 3-0-0 32-22-1 1-2-1 20-10-1 2-13-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-8-0 26-25-1 8-16-0 5-2-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 5-1-0 3-0-0 2-4-0 23-7-0 0-2-0 4-7-1 0-1-0 5-0-0 18-11-0 1-1-0 8-1-0 0-0-1 11-27-0 5-7-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-3-0 9-1-0 3-0-0 2-0-0 16-4-0 3-17-0 4-4-0 1-1-0 3-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 3-0-0 23-26-1 1-3-1 3-4-0 0-1-0 4-1-0 0-5-0 10-8-3

Last Game

1948 1948 1976 2014 1986 1988 1938 1945 1940 1941 1978 1996 1945 1951 1958 1996 2011 2013 1946 1990 1950 1951 1953 2014 1956 1962 1938 1996 1975 1981 1938 1994 1997 2014 1958 1960 1955 1955 1990 1990 1968 1968 1970 1977 1938 2014 1981 2012 1985 1995 2008 2008 1992 1994 1939 1960 1988 1994 1997 2014 1948 1996 2013 2014 1946 1970 1991 1991 1941 1952 1965 2014 2001 2002 1951 1959 1945 1945 1962 2012 1981 2014 2012 2012 2011 2013 1947 1947 1940 1940 2007 2013 2001 2014 1973 1975 1940 1941 1955 1987 1976 2014 1953 1960 1989 1990 1946 1949 1946 1947 1972 1972 1954 1955 1984 1984 1974 1974 2003 2006 1948 1950 1963 2012 1938 1950 1952 1960 2011 2011 1960 1969 1977 2014 1971 2007

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Sept. 5

at Rutgers (TV: ESPNews)

Piscataway, N.J.

12 p.m.

Sept. 12

at Old Dominion (TV: ASN)

Norfolk, Va.

7 p.m.

Sept. 19

at Marshall (TV: ASN)

Huntington, W.Va.

Sept. 26

Hampton* (Battle of the Bay)

Norfolk, Va.

Oct. 3

at Howard*

Washington, D.C.

Oct. 10

North Carolina A&T*

Norfolk, Va.

2 p.m.

Oct. 24

at Bethune-Cookman*

Daytona Beach, Fla.

4 p.m.

Oct. 31

at North Carolina Central*

Durham, N.C.

2 p.m.

Nov. 7

Savannah State* (Homecoming)

Norfolk, Va.

2 p.m.

Nov. 14

South Carolina State*

Norfolk, Va.

1 p.m.

Nov. 21

at Morgan State*

Baltimore, Md.

1 p.m.

3:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

Times subject to change; Home games in BOLD played at William “Dick” Price Stadium; * MEAC game.

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2015 Norfolk State Football Fact Book  

Get all the 2015 player and coach biographical information, statistics and records for the Norfolk State football program here.

2015 Norfolk State Football Fact Book  

Get all the 2015 player and coach biographical information, statistics and records for the Norfolk State football program here.

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